We hope you’re enjoying our “Meet The Team” posts so far! This week it’s high time we introduce Carley Wolf, our fantastic project curator without whom we couldn’t have made “Seduced by Sound: Austin” the raging success it is. We are happy to announce that Carley has extended her stay at Weeva and will continue to work with us on more projects and outreach, especially in the music scene. We can’t praise her knowledge and expertise enough and look forward to what else she can bring to us, and you! So without further ado:
Carley Wolf – Project Curator and Ghostwolf
I worked with Weeva to develop and produce “Seduced by Sound; Austin“. I enjoyed working with the team on such a big project.
At Weeva, we work a lot with pictures, stories, and memories – how has that changed your perception in terms of creating & preserving memories?
I have always been interested in documenting and preserving history through photos, stories, and sound. That is one of the primary reasons I studied Sound Recording Technology in college, and continue to record and archive what’s going on around me. I love Weeva’s mission of deepening connection and meaning between people through self-expression, making people feel heard and cared about, and giving back to the community. It’s a great platform.
If you could tell our customers what the best part of a Weeva book is what would that be?
Pictures vs. Stories.. or both?
They are both so important. A photo tells you only so much but reveals more than you could say in words. A story deepens your understanding of the circumstances surrounding the photo.
If you could only make one Weeva book, who would it be for, about, and why?
What is your favorite childhood memory?
Who is/was the biggest inspiration in your life?
Tell us something unique about you? I’m vegan. I have never eaten meat in my life. That usually shocks people.
Tea or Coffee?
No caffeine for me. I love herbal tea though.
Seduced by Sound; Austin.
A place you’ve been and loved and a place you want to visit and why?
“Crybabies Go Home” – The Ghost Wolves
Speak any other languages?