Working across the street from the Boston drydock is always interesting. Here’s the view of the USNS Comfort, a U.S. Navy medical ship, from the Partners & simons office this week:
Great read about Lubomir Tomaszewski, an old friend’s father who is an amazing sculpture and artist. From the article: “My life is in my studio…My work is more like playing. This is my toy. I’m designing my toys. This is why I work
More visual inspiration today. Love these pool tables, re-imagined in glorious food shapes. I would love to play billiards on a giant pink donut. See more of artist Cleon Daniel’s work here.
Now this is a use of drones that I can get behind. These artists attach colored lights to a fleet of drones, then program them to paint light pictures in the night sky. Pretty cool.
So this is interesting to me not because I’m looking for a job (I’m not), but because it’s a great window into how we market ourselves as professionals. Your resume is basically an ad of sorts, right? I would say
What do you get when you throw a writer, a salesperson, a designer, an SEO expert, and a developer in the same room at an agency? An awesome content team. More people than you might think, right? In my experience, it’s a
As a creative, I get stuck sometimes. Happens to everyone. When I do, one of my favorite (and most effective) ways to get inspired is to change my perspective. Get out of advertising, get out of Boston, get out of financial services,
THIS is awesome. Four-minute art film by Terri Timely. Totally visually mesmerizing. See it on YouTube here.
Fantastic digital experience. Can you find all 66 movie references hidden in this picture? (Find a movie ref, get a badge, watch a clip from that movie.) Mad love to Priska for the excellent work.
Too bad: Twitter is considering scrapping its 140-character limit. As a writer, I love the limit. It’s fast, it’s sharp, it forces peeps to be brief. Read the full story on Quartz.
Absolutely love these! These gorgeous paper cut-outs are made by artists Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, a.k.a. Hari & Deepti. Check out more of their backlit light box art here.
Many thanks to Buzzfeed Community for featuring my Basil and Garlic Pork Burger recipe recently. They call it a way to prolong summer, which I am ALL for! See the full list of 9 Totally Normal Things To Do with
Quick note with some awesome news. I’m really stoked to announce that I’ve accepted a position as Associate Creative Director, Copy, at PARTNERS+simons, a boutique ad agency in Boston specializing in the healthcare and financial services space. I couldn’t be more excited. Stay tuned
Thanks to the editors at HuffPost Taste for including my Ultimate Mac ‘n Cheese recipe in their slideshow on homemade mac ‘n cheese! We’re honored to be in such cheesy company. (Har, har.)
Hey, huge thanks to the editors of HuffPost Taste for all the link love lately! They included my Maple Glazed Donut Holes in their doughnut slideshow recently. See the rest of the doughy beauties here.
Big love to Mashable for featuring my Whiskey Glazed Turkey Breast in their roundup of 20 Boozy Thanksgiving Recipes for an Extra Helping of Holiday Cheer. Get the full, step-by-step photo recipe here.
Thanks so much to the editors at HuffPost Taste for including me in their post on 17 Easy Hacks for Fresher Food. They highlighted my post on how to Freeze and Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil. (One of my
Parade Magazine featured my Homemade Irish Cream recipe in their Best of the Web: Easy Homemade Gift Ideas. (Thanks, guys!) They said, “Spare your party hostess from yet another box of chocolates by bringing this homemade Irish cream liqueur from
I’m honored to be a featured blogger over at the fabulous Country Woman Magazine this month! Check out my interview in their Blog and Crafter Spotlight. They were kind enough to feature a version of my Peeps Topiary in their
So, the all-powerful Gizmodo linked to my blog in a post on, of all things, marrow bones. You heard me right. Apparently, you can do shots using a marrow bone, a.k.a. a “bone luge.” At the end, they suggested that
Mad love to the good folks over at The Nest for featuring my Roasted Garlic and Spinach Pizza as their Daily Dinner Idea today. Read the full article here.
Thanks to the good peeps over at New York’s internet giant, Gothamist, for featuring my post on how to preserve fresh herbs in olive oil. Read their article here!
Many thanks to the fabulous peeps over at PureWow for writing such a nice review of my new cookbook, Slushed! Article Excerpt “Slushed! Have your dessert and drink it, too. Slushed! includes alcohol-infused treats like chocolate-stout ice cream, chile-lime tequila pops and
I’m feel completely honored to be getting so much amazing press lately. In the last few weeks, I’ve been featured on Mashable.com and BlogHer.com. You might remember that a few months back, my blog, The Hungry Mouse, was hijacked. I
I’m really proud to announce that I’ve been featured in the August 2012 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine! One of the magazine’s senior editors contacted me a few months back and asked me to develop a handful of adult
Huge thanks to The Huffington Post for featuring my recipe for Maple Glazed Donut Holes in Donut Recipes: 13 Worth Lusting After. They said, “What other flavor could you want to glaze your donuts with other than maple? These holes
My blog was hijacked. Not this one. The other one. My food blog, The Hungry Mouse. A few months ago, Chinese hackers stole my domain name and were fraudulently operating my website for weeks. I just got it back. It
So, what a whirlwind of a year! I spent the last months furiously testing recipes, writing, editing, and shooting all the photography for my new cookbook, Slushed: More Than 150 Frozen, Boozy Treats for the Coolest Happy Hour Ever. In
I’m so psyched that the food giants over at Serious Eats liked my new cookbook, Slushed! So awesome. Check out their awesome review here.
My Peep Topiary strikes again. I tell ya, people love this thing. The Washington Post featured my festive Easter table centerpiece in their article Peeps: Eat them, craft them…kill them? Many thanks, guys!