In 1995, I was honored to be among the “30 Under 30” profiled in Philadelphia Magazine. For a new feature on GenX, they checked in to see how things have changed since then. Here’s what I shared with them.
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love a good Action Plan… Read about our new 3-year plan to help our movement build toward 2020, “incubator” plans for The Public Image Workshop and the big news about our Studios move in April.
“I have always been struck in America by an emotional poverty so bottomless…, so deep that virtually no American appears able to achieve any viable organic connection between his public stance and his private life…”
There’s no sugar-coating it. 2017 was a weird year. In the midst of the hubbub, though – and probably because of it – I find a renewed sense of purpose while taking time to slow down, reflect and regroup for my own ongoing work as a creative activist.
In our market-driven culture, is advertising the only unifying narrative?
Symbols matter. And attentive proofreading does too… The Washington Post made an embarrassing error, but what can it tell us about our own communication?
#WeStillBelieve. A healthy, happy, peaceful world is possible and worth creating together. Now more than ever, we need to make the most thoughtful, beautiful and meaningful work we can. Join us in celebrating 21 years and facing the beginning of a new era of creative opportunity to make a social impact.