“All of a sudden it was like, bam: motherhood and entrepreneurship. They ran into each other straight from the get-go. It’s always been a juggling act, but I love that [my daughter's] grown up [...]
"These people live in huts, and have often lost family members to starvation, and things like that. But all of them choose positivity in their photos."
"Theatre is a metaphor for so much. You want something that ... where you, as an audience member, think, “I know why they wanted to tell this story. It’s an ephemeral kind of human connection.”
While there is a thriving culture of makers in the middle of America today, from around 1000 to 1300 AD it was also home to one of the most innovative, resourceful societies to ever thrust a [...]
"But at a certain point in your life, it pivots and becomes much more solitary. To write, you have to invite in solitude and sit alone in a room for much of the day. You’re circling a lot of your [...]
A video of St. Louis rapper Arshad Goods performing "Fear No Man."
“My style came from making mistakes and not being afraid to take risks," says Cooper. "Behind the camera, that's how I want to be known: as someone who takes risks. I like to shoot from the [...]
Though the individual pieces in "Almost Now, Almost Then" may have been crafted in solitude, they’re held together by a resounding theme that binds and connects each piece and each artist.
The current CEO of St. Louis’ outdoor theatre, the Muny, began his time at the iconic institution as a trash picker back in 1968, at the age of 16. Next year will be the theatre’s 100th season [...]
Weil and a group of surrounding creatives started the company Psycho Films and has directed music videos for artists like Kendrick Lamar and Puff Daddy, with the ultimate goal of writing and [...]