One week into 2017, and I’m STILL not fully recovered from my holiday plague. Dammit.
For months I’ve been waiting for the moment when I finally got to write a blog about the really, really, really big thing I’ve been doing at work this past year – my first year at Adobe. It’s the biggest thing I’ve taken on yet in my career, truly.
And now, the time has come. I’m cleared for takeoff to talk. I’ve written the blog.
I didn’t write it here, though. I wrote it on Adobe’s corporate site. And slightly differently on our internal employee blog (which you can’t see). And it’s all over our social media now. And I’m doing press interviews. And oh my god, doing big things for a huge company – big things that the huge company has never done before – is so exhausting. Continue reading
[WARNING: This is an intentional PICTURE-FREE post. Read on; all will be revealed…]
It’s probably not the first time I’ve said this, but…
I have an experiment underway.
It came about after I started having some trouble seeing. Like, literally, trouble seeing, with my eyeballs. About 10 days ago. My vision started getting… weird. All of a sudden. Continue reading
My life has been overrun with art since I started working at Adobe.
Not the kind you make in Photoshop, or Illustrator, or any of our products for that matter; the kind that hangs in galleries and museums and in artist studios. The old-fashioned kind of art. The messy kind.
… real kind. Continue reading
We pulled off “painting in light” for somewhere around 400 kids at the de Young Museum in San Francisco this past Friday night, and although almost 48 hours have passed since we wrapped, hauling the last pieces of our “light booths” back to our office laboratory in the wee hours of Saturday morning, I’m still recovering from the mayhem. Continue reading