Kim Werker. I’m like a camp counsellor for grownups, helping people have (more) fun making stuff. I’m a writer, editor, instructor and serial dabbler, and I make something – even something teeny tiny – every day. I write books, and I do a project called Mighty Ugly, helping people and groups confront their creative demons so, you guessed it, they can have fun making stuff.


What now?

Camp. Like summer camp. Where kids spend time away from their usual rules and try loads of new things and make great friends and grow up so, so much. Adults could use that too, don’t you think? Even within the routines of our daily lives. And especially where creativity is concerned. Oh, and Mighty Ugly. It’s a creativity exercise, a workshop, and also a book.


In beautiful Vancouver, Canada. But mostly on the internet. Specifically: For a decade’s worth of thoughts and projects and writing about all manner of things, start with my blog. Instagram is totally my jam, and so is Periscope. Here are the classes I teach online, and these are the books I’ve written.

A Weekly Letter, Right in Your Inbox

Every Friday I write a weekly digest including thoughts about the week that’s ending, tips on how to have more fun making stuff, updates about projects and events I’m excited about, and links to nifty things around the internet.