Welcome to Life-Centered, a podcast about how looking to the natural world is impacting technology, society, and how we live our lives.
I’m Tim McGee, and in this episode Amelia Tracy and I talk with Kathy Zarsky. Kathy is founder of the Austin Texas based company Holos, and as a Strategy and Systems Designer she has worked with some of the most progressive architecture and design firms on the planet. She is also founder of Biomimicry Texas, a regional network that brings together people to be inspired by and stimulate biomimicry within education and enterprise.
I consider myself lucky to have known and worked with Kathy for years, and today we talked about the importance of storytelling, finding time to slow down in Nature, and a messages of hope all children need to hear.
- Alliance for Wild Ethics
- Aboriginal Myth Meets Science
- Herbert Dreiseitl Studio
- SXSW ECO
- Families in Nature
- Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems
- Global Biomimicry Design Challenge
- Look and See Film about Wendell Berry
- Cosmic - Audio Book
- Tim Prentice
- Rob Kessler (books on seeds and pollen)
- Steven Vogel - Life of a Leaf