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How Searching For Flavor On The Streets Of Dallas Turned Into A Freelance Career In Urbanism

Patrick McDonnell

Urbanism, observation, branding and much much more! Check out this account of how searching for flavor on the streets of Dallas has turned into a freelance urbanism career. Also, check out three tips I've used to help get my foot in the door and become an active contributor in the community.

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  • Hillary Newman

    Your post makes me want to visit Dallas! I'm actually planning a trip to Marfa and Austin next year. Should I add Dallas to my list?

    • Patrick McDonnell

      Heck Ya! I could show ya around. Ask Casey about it. We toured Dallas on bikes.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Great post Patrick. Always inspired by your persistence and innovative spirit. Any more projects like the Swing one coming up?

    • Patrick McDonnell

      This time of year is usually the down season for placemaking. It gets pretty cold and folks like to stay indoors, so I'm going to do some writing, enter a few contests, keep building my coding, and working on getting better at some of my digital media. Don't worry there's lots of cool stuff on the way!