Photographer : Molly DeCoudreaux

Bay Area photographer, Molly DeCoudreaux, can earnestly frame and perfectly capture subjects in images that define brands, grace the covers of magazines, and carry on timeless memories. Her portfolio is definitive and her skillset is clear, albeit with one sliver of skill that makes all the difference in the world. It’s Molly’s emotional cognizance that…

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Topher White and How to Save The Rainforest With Old Cell Phones

Since we were young, it’s been clear that we must “save the rainforests.” However, the gravity of the mission hasn’t always been so clear. Protecting wildlife is surely a cornerstone of the mission but did you know that rainforests directly affect you, as a human being, wherever you are in the world? We all know…

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Discussion : What is the future of mountain towns?

Have you ever dreamed of packing up your business and moving it to a peaceful, quiet mountain town? Pipe dream, right? Well, as technology continues to develop ways of maintaining connectivity on the cheap, such a dream is becoming more and more possible. The overhead costs needed to remain in a city, both personally and…

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Got Animal Feelings?

ANIMAL FEELINGS is New York-based artist Oli Chang’s latest musical experiment. Highly collaborative in spirit, the music evokes a mad-capped, improvisational dance party with a set list that ranges from the melodic-driven European disco classics of Todd Terje to the seductive romance of Nils Frahm. This is music you want to move to: emotionally resonant…

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Conversation with Tom Gottelier of DOH

Photo of the Desert Pavilion at Outpost : Joshua Tree built with the help of the attendees that was produced and designed by Designers on Holiday. Red Rainey sat down with Tom Gottelier to share more details on Gotland, the inspiration behind Designers on Holiday and even more about Gotland. It’s an island paradise that…

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