Thursday, Apr 18, 2019
By Cullen Ormond
"At first mention, it could be surprising to hear that names such as Basquiat and Cunningham were featured in her book, but she was friends with them and ran in their circles. She relocated to New York City from Portland in the 1980s and began as the advertising associate and then the associate publisher of Interview. She was one of the first artists to record footage on camcorders. While popular in the New York scene, she decided to return to her roots in 1997 to document rising artists there and work as an animal-rights activist..."