As part of our UNDEFINED project, Ooh St. Lou will be sharing bios of the women featured in the original shoot.
What do you do?
For almost 18 years, I have been a technical writer. I also co-own Revolution Ink, a design and writing firm. In the last few weeks, I have also rebooted my voice over career and already booked one gig here in St. Louis.
What prompted you to take part in the UNDEFINED project?
My business partner, Kara Wilson, sent me a link on Facebook. I was shocked that in 2016, women are still categorized by cliches such as shoes. Are men asked to define themselves by their favorite tie? Boxers or briefs?
What stereotyping have you faced in your career, and how have you handled it?
Where can people find out more about you/what you do?
Anything else? I’m so proud to be a part of this project. When my 10-year-old daughter is my age, I hope the impetus for UNDEFINED is a ridiculous and laughable notion. Hell, I hope it’s a lot sooner than that.
The UNDEFINED project explores and is a response to sexism in local media, for more information see our original post on the project. UNDEFINED will be on display at SOHA gallery in January 2017, visit the Facebook event page for more information on the show.