Past Projects

Postcards from the Edge

This project involved a set of interactive postcards that I mailed to different friends around the country. I pre-addressed and stamped each postcard and sent it in an envelope. The return postcards took various lengths of time to get back. The recipients filled out the postcards in various ways according to the instructions.

International PARK(ing) Day

PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. I instigated the first celebration of PARK(ing) Day in St. Petersburg, FL.

Apartment Signs

I’m that weird neighbor that puts up goofy signs on my door or in the hallways of the apartment building. One was a mad-lib; one was a question, one asked participants to write a poem, and some were simple tear-off sheets.

It’s a great way to interact with your neighbors!

Street Signs

Those funny signs you see as you’re walking down the street? That’s me! (Or someone like me!)

I love to get the public interacting with my “art”.

Yarn Bombing

I’m a yarn bomb instigator! One of my orchestrations was featured on the front page of the Rutland Herald in Rutland, Vermont. Who actually did the bombing? It’s a secret.

Free Hugs

This is an ongoing project. It started with myself and a friend at the farmers market in 2015. It now involves my sweetheart and I in our “FREE HUGS” t-shirts roaming around the city.

Library Notes

What’s better than taking encouraging notes into a library and hiding them in the books? This is an activity I will repeat at certain intervals. I encourage you to do the same! Recruit your friends like I did! If you do, give a shout about it on our Facebook page.

Thrift Store Notes

This is similar to Library Notes except the notes are tucked into jeans at thrift stores. They say things like, “You’re beautiful just the way you are” and “You look fabulous!”

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