Last Hope

So, I got a new job doing video production at The Woven Tale Press It is more like play for me than work. I got to work with acclaimed poet Richard Hoffman who has published six books and won numerous awards and the talented artist, Sharon Stepman who’s work is exhibited internationally, and has been featured in the MoMA in New York and the Boboli Gardens in Florence.  I’ve listened to Richard’s audio of this poem so many times while editing the video, I have it memorized and I have fallen in love with the images Sharon contributed of homeless people. It is haunting. I would LOVE it if you could comment and like the video on the new YouTube channel so I can keep making more videos!

About Heidi Stauff

Ultimately ending up in Atlanta, Heidi's creative impulses followed many paths. She delivered middle-class, white-girl, angst to tens and twenties of Generation-Xers through the now defunct rock-band, Belljar. She designed hundreds of dresses for Disney-bound little girls. She birthed two babies she now homeschools, lost and then found her faith again, and writes about all of it in her free time: which is usually after midnight with a glass or three of wine.
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2 Responses to Last Hope

  1. candidkay says:

    What a wonderful opp to be creative in the best possible way. Congrats!


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