About Laura


Hello! I'm Laura.

I make plans and systems for creative people— so they can find focus and momentum, and build satisfying, impactful work.

I believe...

  • that creating is radical— the opportunity to shape the world you want to see through your unique person and values.

  • that building satisfying creative work starts with getting clear about our needs.

  • that our work is more impactful when it grows from who we are as people.

  • that an experimental mindset is key for giving ourselves permission to take risks, so we can gather new information and adjust course as necessary.

  • that connecting to our bodies allows us to access our intuition— a big part of finding clarity.

I work with creative people of all kinds— photographers, nutritionists + healers, writers— that are building intentional businesses.

My clients struggle to connect their daily actions, from using social media to launching new offerings, to their larger vision. They need help fully seeing their own superpowers, and focusing their energy effectively. 

You can learn more about working with me over here.

Outside of my business, my own creative work has included:

  • Producing an traveling in-home performance series.
  • Curating + coordinating the Walker Art Center's Open Field— more than 80 events in eight weeks for a crowd of thousands.
  • A blog about creative process.
  • Numerous small dances, made for homes, art galleries, and other public spaces.

My art has been presented as part of the Minnesota Dance Film Project, the Soap Factory's Artery 24, the Red Eye’s New Works: 4 Weeks Festival, Dances Made to Order, and the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and generously supported by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, St. Olaf College, and the McKnight and Jerome Foundations. 

I live in Minneapolis with my husband and spicy toddler. I like introducing strangers to one another, Minnesota winters, and coffee (making parenthood possible since forever).  And Instagram

You can learn more about me through the links below:

Pratfalls of Parenting podcast | Braid Creative 

 Pollen Midwest interview  | Small Art in Knight Arts

Select clients include:

MinnesotaPlaylist.com, Wildflower Schools, Chicks On Sticks, Don't You Feel It Too?Lynn O'Brien Music, Jesse Haas, and Emma Freeman Designs.


“There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and will be lost.”

— Martha Graham

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