Our next panel, Start Something: Why Every Creative Needs To Be An Entrepreneur, will be an exciting dive into how a creative person can follow their passion and start something from nothing. Join us on Wednesday, September 21 at 6:30pm at the New School (rsvp here).
We are proud to present our first panelist profile: Leigh Ann Tucker, Co-Founder of THE WAY WE SEE THE WORLD, a product and concept design studio know for their edible cups and the phonekerchief. Tucker was raised in Marietta, Georgia and is a graduate of Parson’s product design program.
What is your current role?
Designer / Project Director / Finance Director
What makes you feel creative?
Walking around the city, having a lot of different projects to work on, and grocery shopping.
When did you know you wanted to “start something?”
I think even before college I knew I wanted to “start something,” but it was the summer before our last year at Parsons that my three partners and I began to seriously talk about starting THE WAY WE SEE THE WORLD together.