A Q&A with Niam Itani, a talented filmmaker and producer working in between Lebanon and the United States.
I first came across Inês’ wonderful work two years ago, while researching girl empowerment communities for my documentary project The Illusionists (for which Inês eventually became an ally, supporter and sponsor). I was instantly captivated by Inês’ vision, drive, determination, and altruism. Her enterprise 7Wonderlicious is focused on overturning gender stereotypes, empowering girls to achieve … Continue reading »
From the archives: this interview originally appeared on the site on June 16th 2010. What is your name, age, and location? I’m Julia Rice, 34, originally from Chicago, U.S., but I currently live in Banyoles (about 1 ½ north of Barcelona), Spain. What is your profession? I am a social artist and a teacher. I … Continue reading »
From the archives: here’s an interview of comedian Heather Gold – originally published in May 2010. What is your name, age, and location? Heather Gold, 42, Huntington, New York. What is your profession? Comedian, writer, professional speaker. What did you study in school and what degrees do you have? I have a BA in English … Continue reading »
What is your name, age, and location? Erica Ayisi, 29, American working in Accra, Ghana. What is your profession? Broadcast journalist. What did you study in school and what degrees do you have? Communication Arts, TV/Radio Production. Bachelor of Arts. Communication Arts, Broadcast Journalism Master of Arts. I earned both degrees from New York Institute … Continue reading »
I first got to know Anne a year ago through her travel blog Pret à Voyager. In a regular feature called “Boarding Pass,” Anne has been interviewing creative people on how they travel. It’s a must read for anyone with a passion for exploring foreign lands – you feel you get to live vicariously through … Continue reading »