JoAnn is a muralist and social impact artist. She develops art programs that engage people of all ages and abilities to make a positive impact in areas of peace, democracy and the environment. She is the creator of Lots of Fish
Karen Higgins is helping other cities adopt and adapt LOF programs and Summer Youth Employment. She has been making artisan jewelry out of eco friendly materials, painting canvas and murals for many years. She is a passionate advocate for the environment and working to better the future children will inherit.
Do you fit this description? Drop us a line, let us know why you want to work with Lots of Fish! What makes you a good assistant and all around handy person? Please send resume or check list to LOFprojectcontact@gmail.com
Party Kidd is an upcoming Connecticut rapper, actor, business woman, and collaborator in her hometown of New Haven. Party is currently working with Lots of Fish to compose contemporary music with her passion for lyrics and healing our planet. She loves doing her part to help the cause! (@Partyk1d)
Jen is a philosophy professor teaching Environmental Ethics. She is working with Lots of Fish to adapt her college coursework and discussions to educating youth groups. She is a contributor to our Stormwater Run-off Art lesson plans for K-12 students and community groups.
Reno is a Fair Haven recording artist. He is working with us on recording some environmental music. He is also a visual artist and works with us on making Lots of Fish studio and events look just that much better.
Alanis is a rising senior at the Sound School of New Haven. She is heavily involved in seahorse husbandry research and wants to raise awareness about water pollution's effect on marine wildlife.
David attends the Sound School of New Haven and has a passion for visual creativity. Ever since his zeal for photography, videography and art clicked about four years ago, he has striven to improve his craft and capture "the big story."
Amelia is a student at North Carolina State University, studying environmental science. She has been a nature lover all life, and hopes to combine her passions of art and sustainability to change the world around her.
Amaiya is a student of Wilbur Cross High School and is interested in studying law. She loves music, plays sports and is passionate about ensuring cleaner waters for her generation, and those to come.
Peels & Wheels provided summer youth & their families compost buckets and pick-up service as part of the programs sustainable living experience.
Juan is a long time New Haven resident and artist. He is photoed here next to a rain barrel he helped to design, sporting the Lots of Fish T- shirt that he also designed, then taught us and our summer youth work force how to reproduce.
Jacob (Jake) is a musician, composer/arranger, recording artist, educator, IT Consultant and author located in Greater New Haven, Connecticut. Jake came to Lots of Fish when he was photographing birds on the Quinnipiac River. We are glad he swam over to help!
Barbara is an artist, gallery coordinator and former journalist, creating abstract expressionist paintings in her Fair Haven studio. She works with summer youth on important social skills in the business setting, prepares them for a tour of WTNH-TV , and leads discussions on
media in a democracy, role of journalists, and the evolution of news media
from print, to radio, to TV, and now internet.
Joshua is an acupuncturist and body-worker. He spends his spare time in the woods and working with other passionate folks to manifest things at the intersection of art, advocacy and fun.
Eric is an artist, teacher and music producer. He is traveling with his life partner Rosie and their cat Seven; living their best lives. He appreciates working with such a great group like the Lots of Fish team!
All around Handy Man who helped us install much needed doors and windows on the studio but also helped with our festival games and installations. Past Puppeteer with Stony Creek Puppet theater he also builds theater sets and puppets!