A photographer, writer and designer all in one – that’s Edith Young. Living and working in Manhattan, she particularly enjoys engaging in publications that merge writing and photography. And in case you want a self-designed funny little shirt, she’s down for it as well!
Time is far too obtuse to mean any one thing to me, though I will say that I think patience is underrated.
This transfixing “Jelly Film” by Jenny van Sommers.
I reckon with getting dressed each morning as if I’ve never done it before, which is of course absurd because according to Malcolm Gladwell I should be an expert at this by now. Then I hop on a twenty-ish minute subway to work and read about politics via the Axios AM newsletter, make a little progress on a sliver of whichever book I’m reading, or write in the drafts of my Mail app.
It's a tie between the Staten Island Ferry and the East River Ferry.
Ideally: sleep in! And then catch up on all the reading I’ve bookmarked in my Pocket.
Too many to choose from but they’re all there in the contact sheets.
Maybe 5 minutes late, because I insisted on taking the subway or walking as much as possible.
The Mercer in Black wooed me recently because it looks like a Mies van Der Rohe Barcelona chair for your wrist.
It looks like a Mies van der Rohe Barcelona chair for your wrist
Gold to match my class ring.
Into one of Theresa Duncan’s video games, preferably Smarty. Or the ‘50s in Anarene, Texas.
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle is my favorite TV show.
Pie eating contestants, because of their ambition, persistence, and culinary athleticism.
haven’t lost my watch!
In five years... I haven't lost my watch!