we are about the raw and largely untapped power of people and the many acts of collective beauty of all shapes and sizes that are possible from this unending reservoir of pure human energy. It’s a serious trip.
our dream is a world where everyone’s basic human needs are met and everyone who wants to has the opportunity to contribute their part.
we use nature, the creative arts, alternative economics, and rapid prototyping to learn how to harness this precious potential as a force for good in our lives and the world.
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Artist activist. Dog lover. Nomad. Professional sleeper. Grew up in Paris, Scotland, Bali. International and home schooled. Passionate about theatre-making; global citizenship; multimedia production; social transformation, and everything about the natural world.
B.A. first class honours graduate Central St. Martins.
Canadian. British. Sri Lankan. Lifelong student of human potential, global strategy, organic transformation, and creative production.
Previously Toronto, London, Boston, Hong Kong, Paris, Bali, Edinburgh; Bain & Co., MIT Sloan, LSE. Grateful mum to Fin, Caelin, and Maya.
huge shout out to:
Kathryn Driscoll | Sara Mononen | Sarah Ball | Rebecca Penrose | Elena Rizal | Naomi Solomon | Anna Healey | Fin Ross Russell | Yana Tumakova | Saerah Suyasa | Georgina Massouraki | Chris Silver | Sarah Goldsmith | Nuria Boj | Juan Jose Avila Sanchez | Effie Pechlivani | Sergio Lopez Cerron | Neus Ramos Munne | Maider Ibarra Rodriguez | Songze Wu | Aiva Storostnieka | Ane Arenaza | Naia Arias Larreategui | Amaia Larranaga | Manuel Loeffler | Pauline Millet | Irati Andono | Radina Atanasova | Sarya Wu | Ruthelise Snowe | Heeyoung Park | Bettina Van Meter
and to the thousands of brave, open minded people from all over the world who have taken the time to talk, help, create things, correct things, attend our events, join a performance, and contribute so much to our experiments and the insights they have uncovered.
We like the multidimensional methodology of nature, the untapped potential of people, and the possibilities of social entrepreneurship. We think these things can change the world.
Our practice begins with our connection to ourselves, each other, and the earth and ways to increase this synchronicity. We also wonder whether if grounded in this connection, business could be transform itself into something more helpful for more people.
What do we have to do to turn our perpetually growing, one-size-fits-all, profit at all costs way of doing things into a more circular, self-regulating one, that might enable more people to express their reason for being, care for the earth, and/or contribute to something better.
This is our contribution to the possibility of all of us having what we each need to survive and thrive on our magnificent planet.
The time is now for making this happen for all of us. Some of us will contribute more to this endeavour and others less. Some of us will find the entire idea of the need for such transformation to be idiotic. What matters is the choice. All efforts count.
making fun (always)