IT'S NOT WHERE YOU START—IT'S WHERE YOU FINISH

When you begin your career working for Congress, you don't expect to end up a copywriter. But I’ve learned to trust the winding path because that’s where the best ideas like to hide—right around the corner from uncertainty.

 

 

ALL. IS. ON.

I’ve always loved how my name is made up of three consecutive words. It might not be perfect grammar, but it’s the perfect sentiment. I’m always on, always looking for new challenges and opportunities, always putting everything I have into whatever I’m doing. The proof is right on my resume & in this interview by Kevin Forister.

 
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THE ART OF INK

If my fingers are stained black, it’s from Sharpie pen. But if they’re stained blue, it’s from my latest Shibori project. This is one of my favorite ways to spend my rare moments of free time. Every time I unfold a newly-dyed piece, I never know exactly what it’s going to look like, so each one feels a bit like unwrapping a Christmas present.