DIY Network’s blog Made + Remade has an ongoing series dedicated to featuring the Creative Geniuses among us. I’ve had a couple of great interviews already this year and more scheduled over the next few weeks, and I wanted to be sure you checked them out, because if I found them interesting and inspiring, you probably would too.
First up is Michelle Meza. You probably don’t know her by name, but there’s a really good chance you’ve seen her work in person. She’s the co-owner of a company in a small niche industry that creates concrete environments for zoo exhibits and aquariums, as well as permanent backyard installations for private clients – think jaw-dropping pools and water features for the rich and famous. She’s a woman kicking butt in a male-dominated field, and for that alone, I definitely don’t make her sound badass enough. Meet her yourself by checking out the full post.
After that, get to know Nashville-based country music artist and vintage super-enthusiast Ruthie Collins. You’ll want to get a peek at her amazing, renovated Airstream trailer that she takes across the country for live concerts and tours, and see how she embraces shabby chic for a cohesive personal brand. (Come to find, she too is a Western New York girl and we grew up really close to each other!)
If you know of anyone who might make for a terrific feature on Made + Remade, please don’t hesitate to point me in their direction.
If you want to check out other Creative Geniuses featured written by the whole Made + Remade gang, there’s a whole section dedicated to it on the blog. Makers, innovators, all-around inspiring people!