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.
You can find more work by Kathy at her company website Holos Collaborative, dive into the latest news at Biomimicry Texas Facebook page, and connect with her on LinkedIn.
Spiral orchids that Kathy finds in the early Fall among the prairie grass.