A lovely feature for Balboa fabrics: this awesome, eco-friendly DIY project in Bust Magazine! Grab the Oct/Nov ’18 issue to see the full project, and learn to make your own beeswax wraps from Balboa fabric. The profile of cover gal Busy Philipps written by my friend Lisa Butterworth is a timely feminist read, too. Always excited to see my work featured in my favorite magazines.
I’m thrilled to see that Cotton & Flax’s zero waste initiatives are highlighted in an article in San Diego CityBeat this week. They rounded up artists and designers from around the city who are reducing their consumption and waste, and moving towards a zero waste lifestyle, and it’s amazing to think about what these efforts could achieve. Proud to be featured alongside these sustainability-focused business leaders!
This week, I’m the featured guest on Creative Biz Rebellion, a podcast that tells the stories of creative business owners, and goes behind the scenes to share what it’s really like to live a creative life.
In my interview, I share a lot of the knitty gritty of what goes into my work as a designer. If you’re curious about what I’ve been working on lately, listen to the episode now!
Katie from Hatched Collective here in San Diego recently interviewed me about my creative journey for her new podcast: Coffee + Conversations. The show is an audio off-shoot of her popular meetup groups, where attendees gather monthly to discuss their struggles and accomplishments as creatives and entrepreneurs.
This series is a must-listen for anyone interested in following their own unique creative path. Explore the archive of Coffee + Conversations episodes, and reach out on Instagram to let me know what you think about the topics we explored in our chat!
Sustainability advocate Sara Tso wrote an illuminating article about her zero-waste kit, the tools and supplies she uses on a daily basis to reduce her consumption and waste. I was delighted to see that Sara recommended our linen napkins, which she uses in place of paper towels in her lunchbox every day.
“Cloth napkins are multipurpose. Use them to dry your hands (no more paper towels!), for any wipes or spills, or for grabbing a cookie from the local bakery. Splurging on a cute one will ensure its place in your kit.” – Sara Tso