Mimi, Mari and the Wolf are three people. A husband and wife and daughter. Everyday, we try our best to be mindful, to be aware of what we see and experience. We have talked often about giving our thoughts, ideas, and creativity a space where we could share them with everyone else. So, here we are.
What will you see when you visit us? We’re not sure. But you’ll probably see some beautiful pictures, some unique videos, good things to eat, and a few creative projects that you can try, too.
Okay. We wrote some vaguely official stories about ourselves.
Okay. We wrote some vaguely official stories about ourselves. Click on one of us.
Mimi is currently a third grader and spends half of her day learning new things in English, and the other half in Japanese. Mimi loves to draw, paint, and craft. She loves ballet, tennis, her friends, and cheese. Grilled cheese sandwiches, pasta with melted cheese on top, pepperoni pizza with lots of cheese. Someday she might start to look like a wheel of cheese. Her parents harbor deep hopes that someday she’ll want to add more fruits and vegetables to her plate on a regular basis. Because life’s too short to dislike kiwis, Brussel sprouts and eggplants.
Mari is a writer and website designer who is the boss of herself. Everyday she comes up with clever ways to make her clients sound and look more interesting than they are already. Born in Tokyo, raised in Europe and the East Coast of the U.S., she speaks French and Japanese, wonders when the New York Mets will win the World Series and is currently trying hard to wear more colorful clothing. Learn more about Mari’s more serious side at her professional website, maripfeiffer.com
Originally from Oslo, Norway, Wolf is a cinematographer. He shoots movies and commercials, and he’s pretty good at still photography, too. Would you like to see Wolf’s beautiful body of film and commercial work? You can see all of that at his website, wolfaustad.com
Interesting fact: Wolf’s real name is Aasulv. No one can pronounce it correctly, and it’s uncommon even in Norway. But it actually means Wolf.