Mary Mattingly’s Flock House, as it will look when installed on top of the MEX building. From the New York Times blog "The Local." New York is a crowded city, both in terms of the number of people who live here, and in its physical footprint. Our apartment towers and skyscrapers press against the water … Continue reading Mary Mattingly’s Flock House
A piece I wrote for One-Earth.com. Greenpoint, Brooklyn earned its name from the rich, river-front land that made it a natural site for colonial-era farms. Of course, that same location made it a perfect location for heavy industry and these days the name seems like more of a joke as the area is better known … Continue reading Rooftop Farms, Brooklyn
An extract from my Master's thesis, The Green Paradox: Conscious Consumerism and Environmentalism in Contemporary Discourse advised by Professor Aurora Wallace at NYU.