Ever since I begin writing the Rhodia Drive blog for Exaclair, Karen Doherty (VP of Marketing for Exaclair) and I try to meet up once a year either in Manhattan, (where the Exaclair offices are located) or in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (my neck of the woods) to discuss the blog. After picking her up from the bus terminal, we took a short drive past the old Bethehem Steel blast furnaces (complete with mini history lesson) then stopped at a local favorite Indian restaurant for lunch.
Our last stop for the day was my art studio, where we discussed the way people were interacting with our content, what kind of improvements could be made to the blog, the potential for new swap projects (ones not requiring a year commitment) and how we could encourage people to shoot and share Rhodia related videos. (Reviews, in my bag/EDC, flip book animations…)
Before taking her back to catch the bus to NYC, I asked Karen if I could snap a photo for the blog to which she was happy to comply.
It’s always too short of a visit. I’ll have to make my way up to the city some time soon.