This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Walk for Hunger. Patrick Hughes (left), father of Hairpin/HHD’s Kristen and Brendan along with their brother Joe, started the Walk and Project Bread while he was a priest at the Paulist Center in Boston. The fact that a Catholic priest had three kids is a story for another day. But if you met their mom, Marianne, you’d understand. He died in 1980.
In a good way. Since designing the logo for this newly hatched business, we’ve been utilizing the service; personalized home fitness training – no gym required. And it has been great.
We had a blast working with Rogerson Communities to make it easier for elders and low-income individuals to connect to housing and services.
Photos from our film shoot of the West End House field trip to Chinatown to record sound for their soundscape project. Thanks for letting us tag along!
Are you, like us, interested in the mysterious power of stuff?
Check out the photos our latest shoot The Theater Offensive as they prepared for their Out’Hood Artist Residency Preview.
Check out these photos from the Know No installation. We spent opening day filming the Boston Center for the Arts staff and the wildly talented Masary Studio for a series of videos about arts organizations taking artist risk.
Look what came in the mail today: Think Wrong, How to Conquer the Status Quo and Do Work That Matters.
Our very own Brendan Hughes giving one of his zany, hilarious and often poignant lectures.