There is no finer form of flattery than to see others take an interest in your work and share it with others. Here’s a list of some of the places around the ‘net and beyond that our work is finding an audience.
In 2015 I made my TV debut as HGTV’s Tiny House, Big Living dedicated an entire episode to the build I did for myself converting a 1982 Bluebird into my off-grid, four-season home. See the episode here
The cameras couldn’t get enough of me and I make cameos in two more episodes of HGTV’s of THBL. In one episode me Ben turn a school bus into a home and workshop on wheels for a friend, and in the other, I help couple make some insulation choices in their tiny home on wheels.
In 2016, Zillow sent some fine documentary film makers to hang with me a few days at my shop and make great micro-doc about me, the work I do, and why I do it. You can see the whole thing and read the story here.
Martha Stewart is someone who’s coolness is always being underestimated. You can imagine my surprise when I made it on to her website.
MSN is always trying way too hard to prove their relevance, but hey, at least they know a good thing when they see it.
I may have outgrown my hemp necklace and my Bob Marley poster has found a new home in the closet, but I’ll always be a hippy at heart. Treehugger.com did a great Q&A and I was flattered to be a feature on their site.