JoJo Whilden, SMPSP, and her film producer spouse Susan Stover, moved from their Williamsburg apartment to their house in South Kent, CT to wait out the pandemic. “We make fires, play Scrabble and cook a lot.” Between keeping up with NYC public school decisions and trying to keep busy, the “stay at home” has taken on a new meaning. One of the bright spots – being able to take a lot of interesting photographs.
A Day in the Life with JoJo Whilden
July 24, 2020
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