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Hand Papermaking


Karen is honored to accept the freelance position of lead magazine designer for Hand Papermaking, a collectable and globally-acclaimed journal.

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Narrative Through Photography, Video & Film Short

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Goosefoot

Our 'Make, Eat, Share' Story

Goosefoot is a new-fashioned, holistic sort of service, and the spark of a movement. Each week subscribers gain kitchen confidence through delicious, wholesome, and practical meal plans, ready-to-go grocery lists, and a trove of home-cooking support and good food intrigue. This 2-minute video tells the Goosefoot 'Make, Eat, Share' story. Watch the 'Everything Was Perfect' outtakes video after for a good laugh.

Everything Was Perfect


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Ara Elizabeth

Kickstarter Video

Rise and Shine is a book calling to us, and to our children, to rise up and shine on. To know that we are here to create change, and that even the simplest acts can be catalysts. I worked with Ara and her family to create a storyboard, film, edit, and assisted with on-camera coaching. This 3-minute video helped raise over $22,000 to publish her book Rise and Shine!



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Indigo

Courtesy of Public Field Guide

Artist Lisa Rydin Erickson creates indigo-dyed works.

Indigo from Public Field Guide on Vimeo.

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Joseph Rael & David Kopacz
Walking the Medicine Wheel: Healing Trauma & PTSD

Psychiatrist and integrative physician David Kopacz and Native American visionary artist Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow) create a healing path leading home for veterans suffering trauma and PTSD. Design for the Arts created several film shorts with Joseph and David in Durango, Colorado to help promote the book.



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Tom Builds a Skateboarding
Cooperative and Community In Fargo
Courtesy of Public Field Guide

Tom Kemmer builds beautiful handmade skateboards at his tiny shop Kemmco Cruisers. But he’s built so much more than that where he lives in Fargo, North Dakota. He and a handful of skate enthusiasts spent 6 months building a skateboarding cooperative called The Hawk’s Nest. Tom and others work together to refine the cooperative and expand their community. Tom’s philosophy: “All are welcome.”

Tom Kemmer - Kemmco Cruisers

Tom Kemmer - Kemmco Cruisers


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T.R. Boyce Jr. Reflects On Taking a Leap
and Making a Film In Africa

Courtesy of Public Field Guide

T.R. Boyce Jr. has been working on sound for film and television since 1995, from “The Bourne Legacy” to the HBO series “Girls.” Then a few years ago, filmmaker and writer Andrew Mudge persuaded T.R. to make a film in Lesotho, a tiny country that resides completely inside the borders of South Africa. Together, director Andrew Mudge and producer T.R. Boyce Jr. made the film The Forgotten Kingdom, a beautiful story about a man who travels back to his homeland, and begins a journey to discover who he is.

T.R. Boyce Jr.

T.R. Boyce Jr.