Muhsin Akgun Moments
Kirill Artemenko News in our everyday life
Virginia Lora Virginia Lora
Diego Martinez Bela Un momento es un relámpago
aurelio balestra MOMENTS Seize the Moment
Linda Geffin Moments
Jaime Rojo Salid al monte
Gopal MS What's your third eye?
Alexia Fabre Alexia Fabre
Фёдор Елютин Федор Елютин (тема Moments)
Anat Safran The Extraordinary Journey of the Pecha Kucha
Kevin Necessary Trying to Capture History as it Happens
Jo Whaley All the World's a Stage: Scottish Rite Backdrops
Zi-Lun Chen 2017 February Moment
Elton Koritari Moments
Amanda Kosinski e Camila Lovato Moments
J.J. Wright Un ritorno al presente: improvvisazione nel jazz
Paul van der Spuy on Moments
Surendra Varma Scientist
Shadia Mbabazi Being a Refugee is Not a Choice
María Gallay Organización del Orden
Ana Paula Santos A fotografia e os eternos momentos de amor
Patrick Chin Moments
Nic Haralambous Patience you must have my young Padawan
Nic Haralambous The moments that make meaning in your life
Erik Jensen The Saturday Paper
Peter Jude Ricciardi Peter Jude Ricciardi
Dale Nichols Lessons in creating the moment
Jude Robison Creativity happens in the present moment
Robert Banks Robert Banks
Sadie & Rodney Barnette Q&A with Sadie & Rodney Barnette
MUNAY-KI Releer y Reimaginar Rituales (complete)
Tero Ahonen The Magic of Unique Moments
DC's Audience Takes the Stage Audience Takes the Stage on "Moments!"
Suzanne Carpenter Keeping up with the moments
Nicolas Cournoyer Igloofest Montréal
Nicoletta Iacobacci Exponential Moments
Jonathan "Numonics" Rosenfeld Jonathan "Numonics" Rosenfeld
Conny Janssen Mastermind of Dance
Cheryl Pope Visual Artist
Jessica Douglas Our Momentous Moments Q&A
Jessica Douglas Our Momentous Moments
Jana Shortal Jana Shortal Q&A
Sadie & Rodney Barnette Reclaiming History
Carlton Wilcoxson Producer, Comedian, & Mentor
Sandi Jaya Saputra A Medium That Freezes Moments
Pedro Garcia Pedro Garcia
Adi Bulboacă Nostalgia as inspiration
Rick Chant Defining Moments
Mischa Kuball Vanessa Joan Mueller Making the moment public.
Claus Meyer Q&A
Claus Meyer Changing Communities With Food
Ali Kaufman So I Started a School... #CMMoments
Yamil Gonzales Yamil Gonzales & Carlos Fontecha - cmMoments
Marie-Claude Arguin Moments qui façonnent une vie!
Juan Felipe Rubio Buitrago Momentos
Mariano Cebrian Savor the Moment
Nick Neptune Moments
Kristina Mausser Kristina Mausser
Akira Satake Moments: Akira Satake
Danny Upshaw - unheard_harmony What makes a moment significant
Adrián Mora Maroto MOMENTOS con Adrián Mora Maroto
Aimee Harrison Making moments that matter
Berenice Morales Diálogos entre territorios e imágenes: momentos de los haitianos en Brasil y México con Berenice Morales y Alejandro Cossío
Petr Hricko Petr Hricko
Nic Murray & Marie Fitzpatrick Moments of Sweetness
Diana Rikasari On Bullying
Dr. Jennifer R. Cohen Transformative Moments: My STEM Journey
Nina Liang Quincy City Council
Anna Jelen Anna Jelen
Jens Roeper Never neglect the moment
Jana Shortal Please Persist
Joyce Yung Joyce Yung on MOMENTS
Neon Cunha Moments - Fevereiro 2017
Nicholas Shelestak My Moments
Sid and Ann Mashburn Moments
Faisal Sheraiff Faisal Sheraiff
Rebecka Eriksson Designing Experiences
Ryan Maybee The Impact of Moments
Marius Čepulis Motivation, patience and good luck in nature photography (LT)
Kristen Ziegler Living Intentional Moments
MUNAY-KI Releer y Reimaginar Rituales_Highlights
Max Heere Paul Peeeters Max Heere Paul Peeeters
Yordan Kamdzhalov Moments
The Hvila Quartet Divertimento I. K. 136: Allegro
Tash Willcocks Make friends, not contacts
Nitzan Waisberg Nitzan Waisberg
Amina Moreau Moments
Hamza Perez Imam, Youth Educator, and the "New Muslim Cool"
Patrycja Obara Q&A
Omaha Street Percussion MOMENTS – Seize, Value, Live
Patrycja Obara It’s been worth being born
Brogan Graham I'm Glad You're Here
Jelte Keur Drones
Roberto Boccaccino L'attimo frequente
Garrett Thomas The Gift of a Moment
Michael Keen A Tapestry of Moments
Никита Шатёр Вопросы и ответы: Никита Шатёр
Никита Шатёр Лучшие моменты из жизни бара SVOBODY.4
Caroline Winata We Can Change the Moment
Ryan Hunley The Moment.
Greg Lutze Defining Moments
Carly Heaton Development Executive Foxtel
Jimmy Breen Don't F*ck It Up [Moments]
Mark Francis Time & Chance
Mark Haden Psychedelic Therapy
Stephanie Rond Amplifying Voices via Street Art
Gajen Nad Moments
Lisa Gareau Creating Moments to Remember
Heather Raikes Heather Raikes
Logan Cyrus Moments
Fanny Moizant Fanny Moizant
Jenn Rogien Jenn Rogien
Monika Kanokova Monika Kanokova
Michael Pieracci Tools
Here's my advice: don't panic. Develop some good habits. Say no when you need to. And smile!
When you get older, people assume you know what you're doing - but we're all still deciding what we want to be when we grow up!
Creative people should connect with schools because it's important for schools to value creativity and see that there is a place for it in the real world.
Even if you are not feeling the moment the moment can change or you can change the moment.
O conhecimento da troca que a temos com o produtor realmente favorece nosso trabalho. Assim podemos pegar o insumo, o ingrediente, e extrair o máximo de sabor para usar na cozinha.
Que sistema você alimenta quando você se alimenta? (Disco Xepa)
A comida realmente reúne as pessoas.
O momento de comer é um pretexto para acontecer alguma coisa.
Só faz sentido aquilo que é sentido.
Quando você come e sabe o processo pelo qual aquele alimento passou, tem outro sentido.
You’ll be surprised how many people are willing to help, are willing to support, and that are willing to have your back through it all when you step out there and you just be yourself.
In those moments of hardship, it becomes a true test of character: What are you going to do? How are you going to become better because of it?
You’re never going to stop growing. Things are going to change.
Start looking at everything you own through a very rigorous lens. Does it help you achieve your goals or does it hold you back?
When I let go of something that’s not working for me, new opportunity flows in.
Getting organized has often been referred to as the gateway drug to all other goals.
You have to start thinking deeply about what you want your life to be like, and what belongs in it.
I learned to organize the priorities in my life because—trust me—there’s nothing like a timeline to get a fire going under your butt.
I learned to let go and I learned to forgive.
I realized that every single hard moment of my life had another side to it, and that I could see it if I would only let myself see it.
By improving our ability to empathize, committing ourselves to more meaningful human connections, and considering the legacy we're leaving behind, we can be more than passive bystanders to history or surface-level social activists.
Because when they put me in the dirt, no one is going to care about my Instagram likes or the Addie's I've won. I want to be remembered by the people I lifted up, the stories I supported, the space we created; that I did right by my mom, raised two little soldiers, and that I love my wife fiercely.
Folks come into my office scared, excited, empowered, confused, confrontational, and I have to meet them there emotionally. I'm not a designer; I'm a servant with a sketchbook.
My test of character of a person is to climb the ladder of success and never take from another person.
You can use paint to make a masterpiece. You can also use paint to camouflage a tank. How you use the tool matters.
What do you get a guy who has everything? You get him a moment he can't purchase.
I found out that by looking at a drawing, looking at an illustration, and hopefully some of you who do illustration and design notice this as well…it's that added layer. Someone is looking at an event or an image or a message through your eyes and through your interpretation. And I think that really does help people slow down and see something for really what it is and have some added layers to it and some added emotional weight.
I have cartoons that are just trying to capture an emotion and capture something that will give some sort of representation of events where maybe words just aren't enough.
Entering that creative moment, it takes preparation.
You offered me a form and I was able to take that, engage with it in the moment, and create something new.
If we are missing our present life because we are so caught in thoughts about the past and the future, if we are living so much in the future and so much in the past and not in the present, then we are missing our life and we are missing lots of information about what's true for us.
It's strengthening that sort of flexibility and openness and fearlessness of our minds. We are training and we do that by noticing and coming back, noticing and coming back. It's like reps.
What creativity requires is a flexible brain. A brain that can go from right to left depending on what we need.
Basically, being present for our experience, in the moment, what ever it is—good, bad, indifferent. We are training to be present in our lives. This is the only moment we have.
Failure, whether perceived or real, is an opportunity to be uncomfortable and to rebuild.
'You don't have what it takes. What's your Plan B?' I would hear this all the time. And mind you, at Hopkins, I was the only person of color on any floor in an entire building that wasn't there to clean a toilet.
A fotografia tem esse poder de te levar pro passado mas também é uma forma de você perceber o que viveu e o que quer continuar vivendo, pensar no futuro!
There's something to be said for...actually engaging with the community you want to benefit.
I like to work under the impression that ideas are never ever limited by budget.
This is a guy with no college degree, no formal experience, who just sees things as doable within any given moment.
If you can be available, you can be open, and you can be bold, you're life can change in a lot of different ways.
I always tell people, whether you hire me for something or not, find the people who you trust, find the people who are honest with you.
Trojan Horse marketing: If you don't like scallops, wrap a scallop in bacon, you'll love it. So taking your marketing message and wrapping it in bacon usually does the trick.
What I started to learn was the adventure, not the explanation, is what captures people attention.
A lot of people... said you have a different style, a different way of looking at things. I said that's because I never learned the proper rules. I always just approached things by flipping them upside down.
I’m trying to subvert the FBI’s language and put it into the voice of… the people, so it becomes a rallying cry that says both then and now, we will not be destroyed
[Filmakers] all had a hidden agenda but they used other genres to express this.
When film came about there was this whole new way of saying something that was going to affect a large mass of people.
Light is the beginning and ending of everything that's worthwhile.
Despite the embarrassment, I wanted to try my best, do my best. I stayed focused and I was prepared.
Even if you’re not feeling the moment, the moment can change.
Being human means that we are the only species that can make technology, right? So it is, probably, our destiny.
The language of life. The person who knows how to write and actually read this language will have the ability to change lives forever.
It's a collaboration between me, the fire, ash and the clay. So... it's many things that are very surprising.
As long as you have some passion, it's great. It doesn't matter if you are going to do it for the future or not.
When I am making some kind of mistake, I don't just ignore or feel bad, depressed - just step back and see that the result might be very interesting and might come back again and again.
The painful moment of the inexistence of a woman leads her to a maximum existence for other women who claim to exist.
When did you realize who you are?
For 34 years I played a social role of the male gender in the certainty that I was a woman and that I had to survive.
This thing of arising, of emerging, of arising, implies responsibility. The more responsibility I have, the more desire for freedom I will have.
Our ambition was not to win Michelin stars; it was to change the system, to change the current paradigm, and we figured out that we could not do that alone. . . . We had to unbolt and engage the most important stakeholders on the scene of food culture into our agenda.
Not only was the food culture of my childhood unsustainable, it was also undelicious. The sad thing is that my mother's and father's generation didn't have the bandwidth to capture the scope of their losses.
The philosophy so successfully communicated by these fine people—those priests and doctors—was that if you want to live a long and healthy life on earth, and avoid going to hell, what you have to do is eat something of inferior taste and get it over with in a hurry.
For centuries in Denmark—and also in Sweden and Norway—the idea of preparing wonderful meals for your loved ones was considered a sin, aligned with theft, abuse of alcohol, exaggerated dancing, incest and masturbation.
It was a more intimate relationship with the customer, because ultimately i think everybody that’s creative wants to connect with people, you want to share a piece of your heart, and that’s why …. it’s so difficult if someone says they don’t like your idea.
Everyone is really weird and really nervous.
Life is essentially a series of moments and minimalism can be a tool to help you maximize the moments you have.
Take this moment in time—not to get together as Muslims, Christians, whites, blacks, whatever you are—but to get together as the family of humanity.
And speaking of cheesecakes. I like them when they are not sweet. Some people would actually think of them as dinner. It's good if, for contrast, they are dipped in caramel topping. And caramel tastes its fullest with a pinch of salt.
It usually takes time before we begin to appreciate the real meaning of these defining moments.
Moments brought me to these people who made me unashamed to talk about dreams.
In my world people don't fall over on the final stretch. You know, usually it's enough to give them a shoulder to slightly lean on.
That's just what life is, you won't always get the appreciation you deserve. What is more important is to be appreciated by the right people.
I learnt that to be human is to be mortal and that life must be lived today.
Sometimes creativity doesn't look like a palm tree against a white wall with a coffee and holding a Kinfolk Magazine—which is totally cool if that's your thing. Creativity comes in all different forms and from all kinds of perspectives.
When I first started taking photos, it was so expensive. Every time I took a shot I would be like "Oh, gosh... Oh, no..." I'd over think it. The fact that people have the opportunity with a mobile phone still blows my mind. I don't take it for granted.
... we wanted something that holistically approached everything that it means to be a creative person, because, in our experience, the creators are always the ones that get screwed in the end. So, we wanted to build a company that was really all about supporting and fostering these creatives.
If we win, we win together.
At VSCO, we build for cultural influencers. We have young, international content creators: 45 Millon Monthly Users, 75% are under the age of 25, 75% of users are female, and 80% are international.
Our mission at VSCO is to empower culture creators.
It made me realize, sometimes creativity doesn't look like a palm tree against a white wall with a coffee, holding a Kinfolk magazine.
Our mission is to empower culture creators, and culture creators is pretty broad; it can be anyone from a photographer to a designer, but we view it as the people that things happen around. They're pushing things forward, they connect people, and that's who we want to build for.
At the heart of my practice, I aspire to compose moments.