April 14, 2016
Friends, I think we've finally (finally!) reached the time of year when it's not-crazy to wear a medium-weight sweater instead of the layers of down and wool and Monchichi™ fur necessitated by temperatures that barely reach the legal drinking age. What I'm saying is, it's Spring!
Spring means it's time to shop, and what could be more fun/convenient/tempting than a whole entire event dedicated to shopping? Enter CINsational, a brand new show focused on showcasing cool brands and practically bursting at
One beautiful, sunny (and extremely windy) afternoon, I broke out my favorite blue velvet flares and got my baby hair in order to meet photographer Damon Wilson and Queen City Vignette’s Amber Zaragoza for a photo shoot. The star of the shoot? No, not me. A chair.
Not just any chair, though. Genevieve - which totally sounds like a historical American Girl doll I would’ve loved - is a vintage settee made of carved wood and
February 15, 2016
Whew, things have been busy! I know, I know--everyone is busy, but in addition to work and life stuff, I’ve also been doing interviews and editing and working on everything else that comes along with starting a podcast. The actual recording is pretty straightforward, but as always, there’s more to the creative process than meets the eye. Here’s my experience so far:
I recorded the intro in the audio booth at the Cincinnati Public Library’s
February 2, 2016
C'est Ma Vie
Can you believe it's been a whole year since we started Thread Cincinnati? We're extremely grateful for all the support we've received since we started this new adventure, so in honor of the quickly-approaching Valentine's Day, we want to spoil one of our readers with a gift!
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I've never considered myself much of a talker--I already know what I think, so I'm much more interested in what other people have to say--but my job as a Stylist means I'm regularly talking to creative types about their businesses, their projects, and their motivation. Which is fascinating.
I get to have amazing conversations with entrepreneurs, designers, publicists, retailers, makers, and more, and I love to share their stories. The problem is, I'm a terrible storyteller. Like, horrible.