Den is a fairly new small home architecture company that sells plans, kits, and pre-fab houses. Their aesthetic is a beautiful mix between simple farmhouse or Scandinavian design and modern architecture. The company features a manifesto which states “Den began because we know that building a cabin changes who you are, having a cabin changes… Continue reading Selling a dream: A social media audit of Den Outdoors
I left Facebook in January of 2016. I had burned out on the constant drama surrounding the election and decided that I was tired of hearing even the opinions that I agreed with. It took some time to stop automatically typing facebook.com into the search bar when I opened my browser, but eventually I retrained… Continue reading Gatekeeping doesn’t need to be a dirty word
Storytelling is deeply interlaced with our experience as a species. You may think of the bards of Medieval England or Viking-age Skalds, traveling the land and collecting stories. Or perhaps you think of an old grandmother recounting a fable to her grandchildren to help them learn an important lesson about fairness or honesty. But storytelling has… Continue reading How cognitive bias affects storytelling
This is a jackalope. This image, which is on a postcard currently framed in my office, is the reason that I thought this antlered rabbit was a real species until I was 12 years old. Well… that image and the fact that my father told me about all the jackalopes that used to run around… Continue reading Malicious Manipulation: The Deadliest Sin in Visual Storytelling
This story is for the dog people. If you aren’t a dog person, you probably won’t understand. Dog people connect with their pets on an almost cellular level. They become part of who we are. We love them, cherish them, forgive them. Even when they eat the remote. Even when they throw up on the… Continue reading For the love of Pearl
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