Jazz Fest Skywriting Shoe – 2016 Muses Shoe

We were excited to see that local blogger “Confessions of a Glitter Addict” has picked up our theme of good-will by creating a “Jazz Fest Skywriting Shoe” for Muses 2016. Read a section from here blog below, or click here to see the full post. Good luck catching that shoe net year! During the second week…

AP covers New Orleans Skywriter

The AP published stunning images of our New Orleans Skywriting efforts on their website, and the story was covered all over the globe. Read the excerpt below and click here for the full story and photo gallery. High above New Orleans, a small plane rolled in tight barrels, trailing smoke to create inspirational messages: smiley…

Mysterious New Orleans skywriter revealed – WWLTV

Check out the WWLTV report about our  New Orleans skywriting project. Here’s an excerpt from the transcript. Click Here for the full story and video. For the past couple of days, people have been mystified by mysterious, positive messages appearing above their heads. “Nobody could figure out who was doing it and why they were doing it,”…

Video – Man behind words written in skies above New Orleans says he’s on a mission

WDSU helped spread the positive message of the New Orleans skywriting by reporting that the man behind words written in skies above New Orleans says he’s on a mission. Read part of the report’s transcript below and click here to see the full video. Eyes across the Crescent City were drawn skyward Wednesday as words like…

Skywriter shares positive messages above New Orleans – WGNO

WGNO reported on the “positive messages”  in the sky over Jazz Fest and asked their viewers to send in pictures. Click here to see their photo gallery. NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – If you looked up this afternoon you may have noticed a few inspiring messages being written in the sky. The words faith, hope, love,…

Who is responsible for the skywriting in New Orleans? Nola.com

Nola.com reported on the local interest in our project and the “mystery” of who was behind it. Read below for en excerpt, and click here for the whole story. Who is responsible for the skywriting in New Orleans that started appearing Wednesday morning (April 29)? A report from WDSU says we can thank a New Orleans businessman…