Falling flat on your face. Banging your head against a wall. Going down in flames. Having no idea what you’re doing, but somehow doing it anyway.
This is Kidnapped for Dinner: conversations about the disorienting moments in the creative process.
Kidnapped For Dinner hosts monthly interviews with artists, makers & doers focused on disorienting, defining moments in their career paths. KD believes that in our creative pursuits, the moments in which we feel alone and isolated can be the most universal and relatable. These individual stories speak to common threads about identity, purpose and craft.
Kristen Soller is a tropical fruit native to the Sunshine State, currently based in Miami. She is interested in how we communicate with, connect to and can better understand ourselves and others, leading her down several roads. She helps others to verbally, visually and aurally share their stories and has 6+ years of experience in graphic design, copywriting, public relations and project management. In her art practice, she is currently exploring how ambient music can create moments for rest, reflection and (re)connection through her sound project taupe set xl.