PR director of 100cameras
, tells us about her favourite hotels around the world, her inspiration and 100cameras art collection. When and how did you become a member of www.nycinv.com?
100cameras learned about NYC invitations thru the networks of friends. After meeting with the founder, we were officially on board with the organization.Tell us about your art work.
Through photography, 100cameras provides children with a creative platform to share their lives from their own perspective. You can read more about how we do this here: 100cameras.org/how-we-do-it/Who or what has been your greatest inspiration?
Traveling. Not only did traveling broaden our perspective, but it challenged us to realize that other perspectives exist. And furthermore, it inspired us to acknowledge that other perspectives are differently beautiful.In which direction do you plan to your work in the future?
Our team would like to implement the 100cameras project with 2 new partners each year, both nationally and internationally.What advice do you have for New Yorkers buying apartment appropriate art?
Let it tell something about your story. About your thoughts and your interests. Let the art that you hang on your walls express parts of your experience. Give it the opportunity to represent the past or the present. Or let it even speak hope into the future.Her favorites:Favorite City?
New York City, of course!Travel Destination?
This is constantly changing all over the map. Today? I want to hike Machu Piccu and then drink wine in a tiny vineyard village in France.Hotel?
I like hostels. I also like the bathrobes at the Waldorf.Restaurant?
Mexicana. I could eat guacamole everyday.Museum or gallery?
I like to roam around the MET.Film?
Paris, Je t'AimeBook?
Currently reading Dave Eggers, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.Cause(s) closest to your heart? 1
Lately, i have really been digging Photography by Jeremy Cowart.Bar?
Any scene with a jukebox.Gadget?
I like to wear my pedometer without telling anyone.Shop?
Sweet tea.Top 3 songs?Stuck In A Momen
t, by U2.Great Is The Faithfulnes
s, by Sara Groves.The City
, by Joe Purdy.