This is the Edges Wild blog, people! Here you can forest-bathe your imagination in the digital understory about some of my favorite things we've ever made for clients, what we do behind-the-scenes, and my creative process during studio sessions. Also my moss management journey and general bryophyte obsession (it'll make sense if you keep reading).
Yep, you read this title correctly. Here’s the backstory: once upon a time in Victorian England, people became obsessed with a particular shade of green. Codified for the fashion and interior design worlds of the day as “Scheele’s Green” which the Paris Review recently called “the color of fake foliage and death,” it was achievable […]
Hi folks, it's me, Hannah, creator of Edges Wild, and stringer-together of the words on this blog. I'm a North Carolina Piedmont native with a thing for forest ecosystems and a penchant for nonfiction storytelling. I’ve been starry-eyed about floristry ever since flowering a college friend’s wedding in the Shenandoah mountains of Virginia in 2010 (a real wild-daisy-and-honeysuckle scented affair), and finally realized the dream of doing botanical design work full-time upon moving to Houston seven years later. Been all-in since.