Over the past few weeks, I’ve produced a series of remote portraits with Ithaca College and gathered stories around the question, “What does community and belonging look like for you in this time of pandemic and protests?” It’s something I’ve thought of a lot lately, as we all learn new ways of navigating the world. As Karen and I leave our home of 20 years. … Continue reading Ithaca Remote
Last week I was at Cornell University as the Irik Sevin Fellow in Residence at the Alice Cook House. It was a chance to get to know some of the students in an extended engagement and as part of the week, we set up a studio and asked the entire West Campus community, “What kind of world do you want to live in?” We did … Continue reading What kind of world?
“You do all these inspiring things,” she said. “I’m just a planner.” I thought for a minute. One of the things I love about A Peace of My Mind is that it lets me drop into different communities and spark interesting conversations. I meet new people and I see the creative ways that people work toward positive change in the world. One of the challenges … Continue reading Dreamers and planners