I am vegan
I have cats
I have always been the adventurous type. All through my upbringing in rural Maine I have constantly been exposed to the forest and the different adventures around every turn. There is nothing that excites me more than stumbling on a trail that parts the trees and winds its way through the underbrush disappearing in the distance calling me to follow it. The path directs you through the wildness of the forest directing you in the right direction but not containing you, you can diverge off at any point and delve into a mossy grove of ferns or a sun filled clearing reaching upwards to the sky. Roots act like staircases winding up through the threshold of the tree trunks, the shrubs and fallen branches create walls that spark the imagination to complete the space. The grey interiors accented with green draperies and mossy carpeting make me never want to leave.
Ever since experiencing the forest I have been obsessed with the textures the sounds and the feelings evoked from its qualities that affect my design thinking. My way of designing begins by thinking about what the individual feels and giving them the sense of adventure of movement to discover something new that they did not see from where they were.
Why people aren't vegan
how far does the universe extend and what is beyond its boundaries.