About


It was said that 2013 marked a year where we would witness new levels of consciousness and awareness. It was also called the year of creativity. Bearing this in mind, and because of so many changes in my personal and professional life, a complete redesign and re-evaluation of my work and life pursuits seemed eminent in 2014 … in fact, there really wasn’t much choice in the matter as these creative pursuits presented themselves to me over and over again. Thoughts, ideas, images, experiences were screaming to be told. I’m thinking maybe you feel the same way.

I’ve traveled quite a journey in the last eighteen months. I now make my home in Göteborg, Sweden and am experiencing a whole new lifestyle. While there is a huge learning curve still ahead of me, it seems like this was the place I was always meant to call home.

It is now time to continue the journey. This site will serve as a reflection of my wanderings through a new cultural world. It is a place where I can now reflect on the past and look to the future. I am redesigning myself.

Here I will explore new ideas, art venues, current events, cultural forays, and visual documentations. I am a communicator and I wish to share these things with you.  I am a writer, photographer and designer. I also invite you to visit my other blog, 2Sweden4Love.com, where I write about the  experiences of being an expat in Sweden.

 A Bit About Work 

I am available for writing assignments for both print and online publications, editorial, copy-writing, content development and marketing.  I seek to expand my photography into various Scandinavian, European, and US markets thus opening up my work to a more international audience. Combining my photography with written copy, I have found that my publishers have appreciated my ability to combine words and images to create complete and compelling stories. I am available for work for travel, cultural, and current event formats and publications.  I also look for representation in galleries, participatory installations and shows. You can find my photography portfolio here. Take a look at the nice things people have said about my work. Contact Me.

I have written for the following publications and organizations:
Nordstjernan
Spoon – It’s a content agency!
The Local (Sweden)
INK publications
ArtScope Magazine
The New Haven Art Council
AIGA Connecticut- the professional association for design.

Please visit my websites:
Lisa Mikulski – Freelance Writing: Editorial, Feature, Copywriting
2Sweden4Love – A journey to Scandinavia

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 Things I Love 


Travel:
Once you go somewhere outside of your comfort zone, there is no going back. It changes your life. I live to travel. Places I have been:
Paris, France
Dublin, Ireland
Stockholm, Sweden
Copenhagen, Denmark
New York City, New York
Boston, Massachusetts
Miami, Florida
New Orleans, Lousiana

My next top five:
Iceland
Norway
Finland
Spain
Prague

Music:
Here’s a brief list of artists/albums that I listen to while relaxing, doing photography or designing. I can’t listen to music while I’m writing… I don’t know why. Maybe I just haven’t found the right music for that activity.

Florence and the Machine
Amy Winehouse
Fever Ray
Pink
ColdPlay
Metrix
Leonard Cohen
Ólafur Arnalds
Sigur Rós
Thåström
U2
4 Non Blonds
Pearl Jam
Modest Mouse
Muse

Books:
Gosh … too many to mention but here are a few. I’m always interested in reading suggestions, so if you know of a great book … pass it on please in the comments section or contact me direct.

Harry Potter (all of ‘em)
Wicked, Gregory Maquire
Confessions of An Ugly Stepsister, Gregory Maquire (presently reading this)
Under the Tuscan Sun, Frances Mayes
The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest, Stieg Larsson
Pretty much anything by David Sedaris
Dante’s Divine Comedy – Changed my life
On Writing, A Memoir of the Craft – Steven King
How to Read a Book - Mortimer Adler

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