YOU again!?

Where the heck have you been, Nicole?!?? That the F_?!

Truth be told: Many-a places. What a crazy time in the city. Since we were last here, I have gotten married, switched career paths, worked on some amazing projects (person and professional), met some amazing people and overall.. tried to find “normal” when life goes topsy-turvy.  It’s been a blast!

The wedding bells have rung and boy, was it a hectic bliss. The entire night went too fast! It was mostly a blur… but, in a good way. (Can you tell from the picture I was nervous?)

I created an installation for the ceremony. It took a little longer to make then planned and ended up weighting upwards of 90 pounds! That was a fun surprise when it came to safely transporting and mounting. (* a very special thanks to my dad, uncle Danny and Brian *) After the ceremony, the piece became a fun backdrop for photos!

And check out this good lookin’ wedding party:

Our photographer, Alix Klingenberg, is the best! She was completely chill and was able to go with the flow- even when we weren’t exactly sure where the flow was taking us. Alix has an exceptional eye and the amazing talent to capture (not just an image) but an emotion. We are so lucky she agreed to photograph our ceremony.

Meanwhile, in the wonderful world of real– my good friend who happens to be the very talented producer, Mr. Chris Karnak, approached me about a campaign he was starting with his former co-producer, Matt Liston. (You may be familiar with their past film, Chasing October). To be completely honest, I didn’t know the tragic tale of Adam Greenberg- but once I heard his story, I was more than happy to help! For those of you who may not know, Adam Greenberg was a former Cubs player who was hit by the very first pitch of his career in the majors. As a result, Adam received a concussion and vertigo… Never making it back to the big leagues. Well, not until October 2nd! Matt, Chris and Alejandro Marin created a video, petition and street campaign that demanded for Adam’s chance to have “One At Bat”. The campaign went viral and exploded!! Thus, giving Adam his well-deserved second chance with the Marlins. Adam donated his one day salary to charity and it was a heartwarming story all around. How in the heck do I fit in? Well keep an eye our for the dazzling posters that have plastered the nation (created by yours truly).

You see, I had a very good excuse for my absence. And believe me, this is only half the projects that have been going on. My next post will be back to usual; featuring some amazing work by incredible artists!

To see all of Adam and Matt’s journey to the big league, check out the video below! (I make a brief appearance as a major dingus at 02:48) Enjoy!


6 Responses

  1. Congratulations on your wedding! Your installation is beautiful! What is it made out of? It looks like it could either be rubber bands or pieces of yoga mat.

  2. You looked fabulous, your wedding looks like it was a blast, your installation is incredible and your poster designs are fantastic. And you’ve been missed.

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