When you visit Angie Wendricks’s Instagram feed, @countyroadliving, you’ll notice a few things right away. First, it’s full of clean lines, soft whites, handmade touches, and vintage finds. Second, it’s shot almost entirely within the bounds of Angie’s under-800-square-foot house. And third, even given those two constraints—somehow, despite them—it’s not...
...I really truly believe that I wanted to create the Kinship—and this place for people who have been a little bit on the outside, or maybe not been supported the way they should have been—because of the lack of having that and feeling like I wanted to create a family of people who are not blood-related but have some thread in common with each other.”
I always ask whether they’re willing and able to take an idea and run with it. This might seem like a simple question. But it’s not. It gets at something lurking in the shadows: fear, excitement, possibility. If someone tells me they need their work carefully defined for them, I know that despite their talents, they’re not right for this team.