Carlie answered a few questions for us about the project, her camera of choice, and Portland's tight-knit art scene. If her infectious enthusiasm for her work wasn't evident enough through her carefully shot photos, we're sure reading about work.place in her own words will make you want to check out your local art scene or at least grab a cup of coffee and work your way through her archives.
Where did the concept behind work.place initially come from? And how did you get started?
|Timothy Adam Maynard|
Just from looking at the profiles you've done thus far, I get the feeling that Portland's creative scene has a very collaborative vibe. Do you think this holds true?
|Keegan Meegan Press and Bindery|
Are there any other cities' or communities' creative scenes you'd like to get a chance to highlight in the future?
Portland Garment Factory & Britt Howard