Creative Factory at COP21 in Paris, France

During the United Nations Climate Change Conference, hundreds of climate artists took over a large hostel to co-create visual and performance art that would bring more visibility to movements and underserved voices. Artists worked alongside indigenous activists, island-nation officials and other community leaders who are most affected yet least heard in the global conversation.

Role: Designer, Co-facilitator
Affiliated Artists in the Press: The New York Times, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Public Radio International, DevEx


Saga Summit in Ríf, Iceland

Social, political and business leaders in Iceland came together to co-live and work in a repurposed fish factory in a small town in Iceland. Guests included Presidential candidate Andri Snær Magnason and venture capitalist Bala Kamallakharan.

Role: Director, Co-facilitator


Social Impact House in Arenal, Costa Rica

These weeklong residential programs around the world provide social entrepreneurs with the tools, community support and training they need to advance their ventures. We explore advanced concepts in business models, design thinking and creative leadership. The program is also designed to foster meaningful, global connections while living together in an inspirational host location.

Role: Co-Designer & Facilitator
Client: University of Pennsylvania

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