1. Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture

    Date 16 Dec 2018
    Last night I visited the Center for Architecture to see their new exhibit Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture. I grew up on the west coast listening to hip-hop, so was nice to see so many creative people under one roof. “Hip-hop is a cultural movement established…

  2. Food Loves Tech 2018 Recap

    Date 08 Nov 2018
    When you surround yourself with great people, food, and technology, anything can happen. If you’re not grabbing that delicious croquette the moment it hits the table, it’s mine. Last weekend I visited #foodlovestech, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn’s all you can eat and drink innovation expo in Industry City. From…

  3. Photo Shoot - Midnight Oasis with Deanna Troy

    Date 22 Oct 2018
    Deanna Troy channels her dark side in this neon lit photo shoot. A far cry from my usual work, but it’s exciting when you and your team share the same vision, everything comes together. See the full gallery below. You can learn more about Deanna by visiting her YouTube.Thank you…

  4. Parsons Reunion Reception and Alumni Exhibition Closing Party Recap

    Date 22 Oct 2018
    On a Saturday afternoon, Parsons Reunion brought together a global community of collaborative, forward-thinking creatives from across class years and programs. I visited The New School and discovered what’s new at Parsons, connected with fellow alumni, and experienced the 8th Annual Parsons Alumni Exhibition, Primal Machines, curated by Colette Robbins.…

  5. Oaxaca: A Culinary Mixtec Experience with Chef Olga Cabrera Recap

    Date 21 Oct 2018
    Food has this wonderful ability to bring people together. Olga Cabrera, chef at “Tierra Del Sol Casa Restaurant” in Oaxaca, offered a demonstration and taste menu of the delicacies of her traditional Mixteca cuisine at the National Museum of the American Indian. With the firm intention of preserving the authentic…

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