Philly street-art blog Streets Dept, featured the angel we installed on the side of Trinity Memorial Church. Under the headline "Have Y’all Spotted Tom Lincoln's Little 'Angel' Mural in Rittenhouse Square?", the article compliments the mural's "fine detail and painterly qualities." "I really like this little mural," says the author, Conrad Benner, "It made me smile to see online, and it certainly didn’t disappoint to see in person." Streets Dept also featured the angel on Instagram.


As part of our art, design, and consulting business, TNT Content & Design, Dr. Tracy Steen and I created a video highlighting the judicial career of the Hon. Mark I. Bernstein (Ret.). The video was played as part of the official judicial portrait unveiling ceremony held at Philadelphia’s City Hall on June 5, 2018, commemorating and celebrating Judge Bernstein’s nearly 30 years on the bench of the Court of Common Pleas. The ceremony, which TNT Content & Design helped to advertise and promote, was packed with well-wishers.


For the Wharton Nation Brand Conference, I was featured in the highlight video produced by conference sponsor SAP. In addition, as Director of the conference, I conducted a podcast interview for Knowledge@Wharton of Dr. Erel Margalit, a member of Israel’s Knesset and the founder of the venture capital fund Jerusalem Venture Partners. We discussed Margalit’s vision for Arab-Israeli entrepreneurial cooperation in the Middle East and the potential for that cooperation to foster peace.

I was also quoted in a number of Knowledge@Wharton articles about nation branding in the lead up to the conference: "What Are the Best Countries for Women?"; "The Best Country for Entrepreneurs Is..."; and "Nation Branding: Perception Can Be Reality — So Manage It."

Headline speakers at the conference included Prof. Reibstein of the Wharton School; Prof. Philip Kotler of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management; Brian Wong, Vice President of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba; Amitabh Kant, CEO of India’s nation branding institution NITI Aayog; Ambassador Ashok Mirpuri, Singapore’s ambassador to the United States; Maggie Chan Jones, Chief Marketing Officer of SAP; and Ambassador Ido Aharoni, former Consul General of Israel to New York and founder of Brand Israel.


In its Spring/Summer 2016 issue, Wharton Magazine (the alumni magazine of the Wharton School) published an article I wrote titled "Brazil’s Two Brands." The article examined Brazil’s conflicting brand identities: "beautiful, sexy, and fun vs. poor, corrupt, and out-of-control." Timely in light of the impeachment of Brazil’s President Dilma Rouseff and in advance of the 2016 Summer Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, the article analyzed how Brazil could improve its brand based on the Best Countries rankings produced by U.S. News & World Report, WPP’s BAV Consulting, and Wharton Professor David J. Reibstein.


The Daily Pennsylvanian, the newspaper of the University of Pennsylvania, quoted me in its article titled "The world’s countries, ranked -- by Wharton". The paper referenced me and TNT Content & Design for our work on the inaugural Best Countries rankings with U.S. News & World Report, WPP's BAV Consulting, and Wharton Professor David J. Reibstein. The team released the rankings at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 20, 2016.


I received the flag of honor at the last Flag Retreat Ceremony of 2013 at President Abraham Lincoln’s Tomb in Springfield, Illinois. I was chosen in a random drawing. The ceremony was featured in Springfield’s State Journal-Register in its Abraham Lincoln Observer column in an article titled "You Can't Make This Stuff Up..."

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Tracy Steen and I shared our Monument exhibit on Facebook, posting photos of underappreciated memorials in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Concord, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. (Pictured, three faces of the Andy Warhol statue by Rob Pruitt.)

Tom Lincoln Washington Monument


Through the social media account @LieCounter, I told a story about truth and lies. I found and shared noteworthy lies on social media, posted about art and music relevant to lies, and provided practical instructions for detecting lies in others. I also shared truths about American history and my family.

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Exercises in Three Dimensions formed the backdrop for Occupy Philly’s 2011 protest of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to Philadelphia. The protesters hoped to confront Romney as he slipped into the luxurious Rittenhouse Hotel through the back door, next to Giant Steps Gallery. Instead, Romney entered the hotel through the front, unimpeded.

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"Work" was included in PFI Magazine’s feature on vintage-inspired styles from Mitchell & Ness. Steen and I also attended PFI's fashion photoshoot.

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Collaborating with Tracy Steen, I wrote an article in April 2011 for the All-But-Dissertation Survival Guide about the mental discipline of the Philadelphia Phillies’ top pitchers.