Q: You used to be a fan photographer for the Twins. What was your most memorable experience in the Metrodome?

A: There were a lot of interesting fan interactions -- not all of them positive. One time some White Sox fans were very upset with me for being a Twins photographer, and they spit at me. On a positive note, I loved staying late for all the extra-inning games.

Q: You're known for your Scrabble earrings and cassette-tape pouches. What projects are you working on now?

A: The last thing I did was to make a chandelier out of plastic cutlery. I've recently been doing more of the cassette-tape pouches -- I just made a batch of 50.

Q: You seem to love everybody. Is that true?

A: Yeah, for the most part. It takes a lot to get on my bad side -- and I'm pretty outgoing.

Q: Please speak of your deathless love for St. Paul.

A: The thing about St. Paul is that it's not overwhelming. You don't feel like you have to do something every night of the week. In Minneapolis there's just so much going on. Sometimes you want that, and sometimes you don't.

  • Age: 22
  • Lives in: Summit Hill, St. Paul
  • Occupation: Blogger for Amsterdam Bar & Hall, owner of the craft business Pocket, etc.