A wayfarer at heart, I am always seeking those anomalies which set a destination apart. As the daughter of a flight-attendant, a disproportionate number of my childhood memories are set in airports; I do my best thinking there. I attribute my quixotic enthusiasm for epic (overly extended, underfunded) journeys to having been able to spontaneously hop flights across the continent, often unsupervised, during my formative years. Feet on the Air is about the relationship between my travels and design. Head on the Ground is loosely based on everything else that happens along the way.