2013 was one hell of year. The last twelve months have seen many changes for me both professionally and personally. I am presently based in Göteborg, Sweden where I’ve tasted a new culture, and even learned to embrace the dark Scandinavian winters. I’ve spent a lot of time over the last few months thinking, learning, transitioning, adjusting, and pondering how one redesigns their life from scratch. The learning curve is tremendous, but I’m up for the challenge. What does it mean to live an authentic life? And where does one start?
My name is Lisa Mikulski. I am a writer, photographer and graphic designer. This is my starting place.
While in the United States, I wrote for INK Publications, ArtScope Magazine, New Haven Arts Council and AIGA Connecticut. My photos have been published in print and online, and my work was represented by Venetucci Fine Art Gallery. I assisted my clients in marketing materials and copy. In Sweden, I have written for The Local (Sweden), Nordstjernan, and Spoon – It’s a content agency! I seek additional opportunities to open up my work to international audiences and organizations. Contact me!
“Some of the changes you go through will be big and profound. Some will be small and subtle. I suspect that the small changes will be as important, and maybe more so, than the big ones.” – Matthew Clark.