Skraptacular will be apart of the first annual NY Maker Faire. They are expecting anywhere from 17,000- 78,000 visitors! Kind of scary.....What's the worst that could happen? - we run out of garbage to use! It's overwhelming to think of but I'm jumping in head first. It should be a blast. Already, we've met so many great creative people through the M.F. I'm also looking forward to this fall because, for the first time in Skraptacular history we have interns. I'm very excited to get started. First on our agenda is sign making, designing and fabricating collection stations for the Maker Faire and forming a Skraptacular chorus. Back in July, I started making the art to decorate the M.F. tent. In the next couple of days I will post pictures of the art. Sorry for the six week hiatus. Skraptacular wants to hear from you. If you would like to help collect items or help out in ANY way shape or form let us know. Mark it on your calendar September 25th and 26th at the Queens Hall Of Science.
Michelle Del Guercio, a sensitive and intuitive medical, lifestyle and portrait photographer, is passionate about shooting all types of people and their environments.
Obsessed with seeking out the truth in a frozen moment, Michelle has been living and breathing photography for the past 15 years. She is now embarking on a new endeavor which she plans on dovetailing with her photography. She is starting a non-profit called Skraptacular, an exciting eco-education program that brings community together by imagining a waste-free world.
She is inspired by nature and dedicated to sustainable living, using every opportunity to incorporate these elements into her life as well as her work as a photographer.