Photo: SimplyMyView J.Bachner Mini Interview with ERIN M. RILEY: Your childhood ambition: I wanted to be a fashion designer as soon as I learned how to use a sewing machine at age 8. I also had fascinations with being in jail and being a stripper, both seemed easy ways to live for free or make money. Something you treasure: I treasure myself, and my work. Your worst habit: I drink a lot of coffee, I also work too much. The aspect of your work that’s most important to you: I appreciate the way it helps me express emotions that are abstract or controversial. It’s been my tool for developing my views on sexuality, violence, death and so many other things. I use my work as a conduit for research and understanding the psychology of women in day to day activities. Your first job: My first job was Dunkin Donuts in Massachusetts. Someone whose work you highly recommend: Eric Yevak www.ericyevak.com View Erin M. Riley’s artwork here.
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