This video is just under 5 minutes of me talking about my work.
You can tell that I love talking about Plenty Underfoot and you can tell that I had a blast filming this with a few friends-- the end gets a little slap happy.
Credit goes to: Chad Jones, talented videographer, generous friend.
Aladdin's Eatery, Johnsonite ®, Tarkett ®, City of Cleveland Department of Sustainability, University Hospitals, Neighborhood Connections, Enterprise Community Foundation, Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, St. Clair Superior Community Development Corporation + community programming partners like LAND Studio, Westside Catholic Center, Collective Upcycle Pop-up Boutique, The Cleveland Flea, Saint Martin de Porres High School and lots of cool individuals, customers, brides, visionaries, friends!
Over time, some kind people have asked me about my work, listened, and shared the story.
I really appreciate them for that. Here are some links to these stories below:
FreshWater Cleveland, September 2013: One Person's Trash =Another Person's Treasure: Creative Reuse Centers are on the Rise
FreshWater Cleveland, May 2013: Urban Upcycle Wins $375,000 for First Ever Creative-Reuse Center
Cleveland Magazine, January 2013: Most Interesting Person: Cleveland Magazine
FreshWater Cleveland, April 2012: Craftwork: More People Pursuing Passion to Make Things by Hand
PBS, NEOtroplis, February 2012: (interview starts at minute 8:25) This with That episode on people who make “this” with “that”
Red Dot Project, October 2011: Nicole McGee Finds Plenty Underfoot
Plain Dealer, June 2011: Pop Up Boutiques are Latest Rage
FreshWater Cleveland, April 2011: Why Pop-Up Boutiques are Here to Stay
Plain Dealer feature, November 2011: The Art of Sustainable Living