My journey driving along the Columbia River Gorge, climbing Mt. Tom Dick and Harry, and crossing the Bridge of the Gods in Oregon.
Calling all witches and wizards! Cast a spell at your Harry Potter theme party with this DIY photo booth of Platform 9¾.
Christmas came early this year! Fox-35’s David Martin interviewed me about my gingerbread house entry for the Festival of Trees, and I caught him red-handed messing with the displays.
It’s a pinch of steampunk, a dash of Gothic… and a LOT of sweet! See how I custom built this two-foot-tall Clock Tower gingerbread house for the Orlando Museum of Art.
See how I transformed a pair of cheap thrift store boots into some more sinister soles for less than $15.
Learn how to recreate your own “New Girl” frame and banners using paper, printer ink, and foam board. An absolute must-have for your “New Girl” theme party or Jessica Day Halloween costume!
There’s something lavish about the raised lettering and hand-rolled inking technique that printmaker Ashley Taylor brings to her work. Something that begs for a closeup! Shot with Nikon D70, Nikkor 50mm 1:1.8 lens Photos © 2012 Kristen Fortenberry Orlando printmaker and graphic designer Ashley Taylor recently featured my photography of her letterpress work in
This Mother’s Day called for something special. I wanted to give her something that would remind her every day what it meant to me to have her as my mother. I decided to transform a moment from a home video of my grandparents into a piece of art.
I am excited to announce that my research on location-based services has produced several significant results! My research co-author Tim Brown, PhD has crunched the numbers and we are getting the results ready for next week’s conference presentation. Curious about the results? I will be sure to post a link to our findings here once
I have officially been accepted to present my research this fall at the Convergence and Society Conference at the University of South Carolina! I will be presenting the results of my survey on using location-based services like Foursquare, Google Latitude, and Facebook Places on smartphones. I received more than 400 survey responses from all around
This week marks the culmination of months of hard work–the launch of my research survey! I have spent the past five months researching how and why people use location-based services on their smartphones–apps like Foursquare, Facebook Places, and Yelp. Some people use these apps to check in to places, earn badges, and see where their