About the speaker
Lucy Engelman is an illustrator in the most traditional sense of the word. She has had the opportunity to work with a selection of clients including Bon Appetit, Boston Globe, Runners World, Chronicle Books, West Elm, and many others. Her work has been recognized by The Society for Publication Designers and has been noted in the New York Times as well as on several different platforms.
In addition, Lucy is also the Online Editor of an internationally recognized publication, Collective Quarterly and the Founder of The Illustration League. Originally from Chicago, she returned to the mitten state and cannot seem to shake the pull of its duneland shores.
Lucy’s Website: lucyengelman.com
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Mindfulness is this idea that you confront the emotions that you’re having right when they are happening instead of pushing them away. That has a lot to do too with the things you do on a regular basis. “Oh I need to call my mum, oh I need to make that appointment”. Instead of saying “Oh I’ll do it tomorrow” and letting it fester, creating this big ball of anxiety, to really confront it head on. — Lucy Engelman
Gazing at the clouds is a pointless activity, and that is exactly why it’s so important. — Lucy Engelman