letter to our community
Honey & Smoke has been my baby for 7 years now and as all things do it has reached a moment of transformation. It is my goal this year to expand the reach and scope of Honey & Smoke. In my travels and time living in both Los Angeles and New York I have recognized a deep need for global community spaces for artists. As a nomadic artist I have experienced my own craving for a transnational creative community. I want to establish a space for artists to feel connected to one another across the globe (You can read more about Honey & Smoke’s new mission here if you haven’t already).
our founder in brasil
6:30 am and the city buzzes with energy. Kids hustle off to school, workers run to catch the bus. Mothers walk, balancing babies on their hips, dragging another along by hand. Tiny feet bounce along the concrete. A bus turns down a small sun kissed street. A man pushes a cart past a plant shop. Another walks his daughter to school. A third buys coffee off the side of the road. A siren goes off--a cop car appears from behind and clears through the traffic. It’s the first time I’ve been in Salvador with my Dad since I was 13, and 5 1/2 years since my last visit.
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