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BW – EP41: Designer Kieron Lewis—Londonite Learning Lessons


In episode 41 of Breaking Walls we sit down with UK-based designer, and BW EP21 guest Kieron Lewis for a chat about some of the important learning lessons he’s picked up this year. Below are the highlights as well as an embedded link to Kieron’s Powder Byrne brochure.     Highlights: • What is Powder Bryne? • Kieron’s experience designing a massive 100+ page lifestyle brochure • How life’s struggles have help Kieron become more

JAMES' OP-ED / April 4, 2016

A March 3, 2016 Photographic Trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City

Met_WeeklyOn an early Spring morning I met a friend at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We had decided to get together during a weekday at the time of opening to drift through the museum. At 10AM the MET is a tranquil place. While attending Pratt I visited the MET with great regularity, but not recently. It’d been almost a year since I had last, and for the first time, from the moment I approached the MET’s beautiful front plaza on Fifth Avenue, the museum felt very familiar to me.


I decided to try something new: I didn’t take a map with me through the museum. (more…)

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