I write about TV and film for The Watercooler; music gear for Pretzel; architecture and design for Common Edge; and lots of other stuff, too.
I’ve written for The New York Times, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, Oprah Magazine, Entrepreneur, Wired, Metropolis, and many other outlets.
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If he’s most often described as a collage artist, it’s perhaps because Lou Beach, over the course of a long and productive career, has created a body of work that is difficult to sum up any other way. You can’t bottom-line him; and describing him by naming his medium of choice sidesteps the obstacle of categorizing his prolific output in other, more specifically descriptive ways.Read More
Kris is a gem. Her work is the best kind of writing: it tells the truth while staying considerate of its subject and reader alike.
Working with Kris is always a delight! She is a strong writer and a charming visual artist who is full of creative surprises. She’s also very open-minded about any editing suggestions or customization requests I might have, and she turns in quality work on time every time. She was witty and insightful as a podcast guest, too. I can’t recommend her enough!