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What Object Connects You To Your Past?

  April is a busy month: Easter, Passover, Earth Day, and spring break. It might seem over-the-top, but I started dyeing Easter eggs again in my adult years. Growing up, springtime in our family meant Easter egg baskets, patent leather … Continue reading

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Polaroid Still Has the Magic of Instant Photography

  As soon as I awaken in the morning, my hand reaches for my iPhone, iPad or computer, where I look at LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and more. I share relevant posts and visuals, make comments, connect. I can show … Continue reading

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Photographer Vivian Maier Discovered But Never Found

  I was lucky enough to see the documentary Finding Vivian Maier during opening weekend at the IFC Center movie house in New York City. I also managed to attend a viewing when the co-director, John Maloof spoke. For those of … Continue reading

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Colors Get Brighter The Farther You Wander

  The people in Jamaica are as colorful as the landscapes. As you’ll see in the images below, everywhere you look are flashes of intense solids and striking color combinations that appear to be by design, but in fact are a … Continue reading

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Pick Up Your Camera: Learn About Local Culture Through a New Lens

  I’ve said this before, I’m a PR and marketing professional first. But I can’t seem to put down the camera, especially when there is so much to learn about people and places. I could tell you about my family’s … Continue reading

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How I Transformed A Social Media Campaign With a Simple Photo App

  When it comes to marketing and PR, one of my favorite iPhone apps I use to jazz up my photographs is Waterlogue. With Waterlogue, I can turn basic pictures into unique images, and use them for posts to social … Continue reading

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Five Ways to Research Using the WWW: Whole Wide World

  When facing a new Public Relations or marketing project, or any project for that matter, I always do my research. And that research doesn’t just happen online. In the fall I will be heading to Africa for my first … Continue reading

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Sharing A Little Bit of Love

  I’m really not a crafter. I’m a PR and marketing professional with a personal mission to get more creative in 2014 for reasons that I’m only beginning to understand. What’s better than getting together with other women to explore … Continue reading

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How I Spent My Snow Day

  While it’s true that adults are expected to go into the office despite the winter weather, I decided to do something different—and take a snow day. I decided not to go into NYC to work, rested Moon PR on … Continue reading

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The Opportunity to Create

  One of my three words for 2014 is create. With this word in mind, my walk on the beach turned into an opportunity. “Jonathan Seagull discovered that boredom and fear and anger are the reasons that a gull’s life … Continue reading

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