Category Archives: Activism

New Aprons and Pinafores

Sana Musasama’s latest collection of pinafores and aprons. Read More →

Sana Musasama’s Full Newsweek Response

I first met Somaly Mam via an article in Glamour magazine. Her story of sexual abuse and forced prostitution was anything but glamorous. I subsequently emailed her that I was moved, pained really by what she had suffered in her childhood and what so many girls around the world have suffered, having their childhood stolen from them. And I asked what I could do as a women, artist and world traveler. “Come to Cambodia,” Read More →

My Chosen Daughters

I was interviewed this past summer by a French paper about the recent events at the Somaly Mam foundation. Unfortunately, the paper did not print my interview, so I’ll print my interview here in full. Read More →

Paris, Sweden and Morocco-Summer 2014

I’ve returned from Morocco, Sweden and Paris and to continue my teaching positions in New York. I came home to black mold all over the basement walls and I have spent over $1000 to date. I dislike being a homeowner. I am a firm believer that an artist who can’t fix stuff should not own a HOME. I wrote the following after a difficult day in Morocco: Read More →