Etsy is great for the small-time crafts-person to reach new audiences. But thousands of artisans around the world can’t read.
I believe in a continuing, document-as-you-go approach, rather than backloading annotations and wires into the 11th hour of a project.
This video, photo and sound piece was created and exhibited during the AiR Artisan Residency in Sefrou and Fes, Morocco in 2014.
This is a list of most of my stories, in reverse chronological order, ranging from NPR to the LA Times.
This piece, about the “Chicano Jewish bigfoot,” won radio documentary of the year in the 2013 National Entertainment Journalism Awards.
User research is one of my favorite parts of UX. It allows me to interview and draw on reporting skills.
Understanding the content means understanding the project. Content strategy can set a project up for success from the get go.
Marc is the best weed salesman in the best coffeeshop in Amsterdam. But neither will be doing this much longer.
I’m good at taking a bird’s eye view all throughout a project to confirm everything’s making sense and on track.
Twitter Lets Customers Skip Recordings, And Make Choices Once used mostly for one-time promos and marketing, Twitter is now something
Jewish And Mexican Cooking Meet In ‘Challa-peño’ Food memories are vivid. What you ate as a kid can whisk you
Before the L.A. Aqueduct, Paiute Indians Irrigated Owens Valley 2013 marks the centennial anniversary of the Los Angeles Aqueduct’s construction.
Homeless kids take the long ride to school There are tens of thousands of homeless children in Los Angeles. Getting
Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” comes home This weekend, Christina’s World, Andrew Wyeth’s most famous painting, will be on view at the
Unlicensed businesses flourishing in L.A. area In trying economic times, underground entrepreneurs run a variety of enterprises, including driveway tacquerias
I believe projects are a collaborative effort with clients. As we clarify ourselves to them, we clarify our own thoughts.