Make It Monday – Labor Day Edition

Hope you enjoyed your long weekend (if you happened to have the day off) and said goodbye to summer in whatever way you know how! Without further ado, here’s the skinny on the first ever Make It Monday project! Let’s start things off with a good beat and flashing lights colors. If you missed what… Read More

Cultivating Personal Practice

The beginning of September is always a little bit rough for me. That gray area transition time between seasons. I get the end of summer blues, even though it’s technically still summer (FYI the equinox is September 23rd). Maybe it’s all the time I spent as a student, or the nature of my job as… Read More

Art vs Craft

Part of what we’re looking to do here at Rabble & Twine is shine a light at what it means to be an artistic/creative real live person in the ever changing landscape of art in our society. Myth bust what it means to be creative in this crazy world. Recently, I was listening to The… Read More

Vacation Time!

As summer draws to a close (how did that happen!?) we’re off to one of our favorite places to relax, unwind, and unplug from the world. We’ll be camping in the woods of Maine! Swimming in a freezing beautiful lake, hanging with family, paddling a canoe, eating s’mores, and getting inspired by the woods. We’re… Read More

Try something NEW today!

Over the last two weeks we posted a few different ways to get yourself out of creative rut. Collaboration with others, and working with limitations. Keeping on that train, a really easy way to stretch your creative habits is to TRY SOMETHING NEW! Duh, right? It’s a common sense, simple, and accessible option. But really,… Read More

Art for the Long Haul

Today is our wedding anniversary and love is in the air! In honor of the day we thought we’d share some projects that—like this partnership—are in it for the LONG haul. The only project Luke and I have that is ongoing (besides Rabble & Twine, the biggest project of them all) are photo books of… Read More

Embracing Limitation

After sharing last weeks post on collaboration, I’ve been thinking about other ways to get oneself out of a creative rut. It sucks to feel stuck. If I’m choreographing and hit a road block, or I’m just not feeling that inspired, one of my go to – JUST MAKE SOMETHING ALREADY – tools is to… Read More

An Interview With: Kevin Shea Adams

Today we share a chat with Brooklyn based photographer/musician/writer Kevin Shea Adams. You might have seen his work such places as Paper, VICE, or in the freaking New York Times. He’s legit and acts likes he’s not. Kevin was in the same year as me at Mills college, a fellow electronic music student. He tended… Read More

Tomatoes Three Ways

Dare I say it? Summer is all about the tomato! There is nothing better than a tomato fresh off the garden vine. That smell, that taste, those colors! Oh la la it’s a sensory experience to be had. We’ve loved seeing all the different tomato varieties at the Durham Farmer’s Market (they even had a… Read More


Today, I thought I’d share a few general thoughts on collaboration. One of our hopes for the future of Rabble & Twine is to use collaboration as a tool to build an innovative creative community. I may be beating a dead horse here (grossest saying ever?) since it seems like everything has already been written… Read More