"A first-hand account of the essentials of the creative process, written in a indomitable and penetrating voice and style." (Nicholas Negroponte, co-founder, MIT Media Lab
About the Author
Wendy Richmond is a visual artist, writer, and educator whose work explores issues of personal privacy, technology, and creativity in contemporary culture. A graduate of Wesleyan University, Richmond received her Master's degree from New York University. Her teaching experience includes MIT, International Center of Photography, and Harvard University Graduate School of Education, where she co-created courses in expression and media. She is author of Design & Technology: Erasing the Boundaries and overneath, a collaboration of photography and dance. She also has a regular column in the design industry magazine Communication Arts. Richmond lives in New York City.