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Building bridges with solidarity, awareness and education.
Zoe Blaq is the mysterious alter ego and mind behind Piddle Productions. She was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Munich, Germany. Out of college, she became a writer for Variety magazine and went on to work for major film companies and public relation firms in Hollywood. Her experience working in the mental health field influenced the Piddle Pro. lifestyle. As a former mental health therapist with a BA in multimedia and a MA in clinical psychology, she is creating her own lane of expression. She is film maker, author, artist and spoken word performer. Zoe Blaq and the Piddle Pro. team, film, edit and produce electronic press kits and public service announcements for organizations and artists who support the healing arts community. In 2013, a Philadelphia publishing company published her first chapbook "Rage Love Complexity" which is described as an edgy and clever book of haiku and poetry that deals with healing through raw emotion. The poetry chapbook was also requested at a social work department at a university in Canada. She also self published a mental health zine called "Abstract By Nature" (A.B.N #1, #2) that covered topics like depression, human rights, Black punk rock, and the occupy L.A. movement in a web of original artwork. A.B.N exhibited at an art show in the Ukraine and is archived around the United States including The Anarchist Library in Serbia. Her passion for psychology and sociology continues to inspire innovative projects and events. Miss Blaq enjoys sculpting stone, painting, and documenting her existential truth through workshops, blogging, and photography. As of today, she runs Piddle Productions and is a curator at a gallery where she helps bring art, live performances and workshops into the community of Highland Park. Her vision is to use art as a healing medium.