This is the first direction from the book of Good Directions I recently created. It is a hybrid book, which explores the importance of being lost in order to find authenticity. It is translated from my curriculum, Creativity + Courage™. A curriculum taught in rehabs, corporations, elementary schools, and other institutions.
The work I create is interdisciplinary, often public, and generally understood as experiential learning. It is driven by love. I believe it is the beauty we love that we must do. My public practice is seeded in my personal practice of poetry and solitude with nature. I sit in a nest with John Dewey, Joseph Beuys and Yoko Ono.
My work integrates individual and group contributions as creative research, to widen perspectives on societal concepts such as: self-worth or belonging. My work creates opportunity for liberation of self and the public.
When I say art, I mean creativity. When I say artist, I mean human. When I say work, I mean the things we do and make. When I say I create opportunity for liberation, what I mean is my work is about exploring potential by engaging with creativity, and courage.