I was recently featured in the April 2017 issue of Interior Design. Titled "back to school," the article is about an alumni group from Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). They showed together at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), in a booth sponsored by FIT. Our concept was "Future Nostalgia", which was derived from a show by performance artist Penny Arcade, "Longing Lasts Longer". The article highlights different participant's work and discusses the meaning behind the concept.
I had the good fortune to be interviewed recently by James Swan of the Million Dollar Podcast. Every week, James, designer extraordinaire, interviews the biggest names in the art and design fields. His podcast is considered one of the best in the design world. We had a lively conversation, discussing The Apryl Miller Zeitgeist, the genesis of my creative life, how to find your personal style and raising children in a creative environment. I advised James' listeners to do everything wrong, as it’s the best advice I have to give. You too can explore this concept by visiting "How To Do Everything Wrong". When you do everything wrong, it turns out right. Please have a listen, I think you'll enjoy our conversation. Thank you, James, for the opportunity.