If you are passionate about something, find a way to pursue it. Just know that the path isn't always defined, never-mind smooth or straight. Giving shape to conviction is truly a labor of love.
In this Breakfast Epiphany, Troy Monroe, founder of Design is Love, will lead a discussion about having a passion and a plan. What does it take to shift your focus (even when you're not always able) to make great things happen? How do you work with the necessary and continual evolution of ideas as they are put into practice? Show up ready to discuss passion, pain and the resolve it takes to pave the way for what's on the horizon.
Troy Monroe is the founder of Design is Love and Design Director at CO:LAB in Hartford. His diverse experiences and perspectives are reflected in his open and confident leadership style. His passion for and commitment to doing good are evident in everything he does. Previously, Troy worked as assistant art director at Connecticut Magazine, and as a senior designer for both Group C and Outthink. He is also a past President of the Connecticut Art Directors Club. Troy received his undergraduate degree in Visual Communication Design from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford. His work has been featured in numerous regional, national and international design competitions.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
8:30 - 10:00 am
Victoria Station Cafe
91 Main Street, Putnam, CT 06260