Meet the team:
Mother and daughter duo, Rhonda Greenebrg and Carrie Bloomston, are Birmingham natives. They envisioned the Happy Flag Project as a way to honor and celebrate the synchronicity of this amazing visit by His Holiness. It is their mission to honor the ongoing dialogue of the Dalai Lama's message of loving kindness and compassion through meaningful creativity.
Carrie Bloomston is an artist, textile designer, writer, mama and creativity expert. She grew up in the Birmingham of the 1970s and she remembers all of it. It shaped her. Carrie has an enduring connection with Buddhism. For her this is a tremendously sacred project and almost mystical confluence of life experiences. Usually, you will find her up in her tree fort working on her laptop surrounded by her children's New Years prayer flags. Through her brand, SUCH Designs, she is a creativity enabler and is constantly working to help people see their own beauty, remove perfectionism, and act from their heart. Read more about her sewing, art, designs, fabrics, DVDs, and upcoming book with Stash Books:The Little Spark–30 Ways to Ignite Your Creativity (available in November) over at www.such-designs.com.
Rhonda Greenberg is an interior designer, artist, visionary, and spiritual seeker. Being a Grandmother is her greatest joy. Her spiritual journey has taken her from the Holy Land to the mountain top working with teachers, healers, and the Elders. Rhonda's creativity flourishes in the beautiful interiors she designs in Scottsdale, AZ and around the country through her company, Studio Paradise. You can reach her at