Kristin marvels at the wonders of rainbows, dandelions and the versatility of cardboard.

Kristin marvels at the wonders of rainbows, dandelions and the versatility of cardboard.

 Elisha takes note of butterflies and hummingbirds, the tiniest flowers, and loves to cut paper in swirly shapes. 

Elisha takes note of butterflies and hummingbirds, the tiniest flowers, and loves to cut paper in swirly shapes. 

Once upon a time there were two teachers, who went off to the Big City to learn all about the teaching of Art to children. Elisha Georgiou and Kristin B. Eno met in the M.Ed. program of the Art Education department at Columbia Teachers College, where they each finished up their theses around 2004. Kristin started to make films about the things children do and say in their imaginative play, and continued to teach art and video; Elisha also taught art. Then they each became mommies. Elisha's daughter became a part of Kristin's Spirit Ship film, a Little Creatures production that culminated in a 17-minute film and a very special companion book illustrated by that very creative daughter, and co-written by Elisha and Kristin. Once Spirit Ship had sailed out into the world, Elisha and Kristin just could not stop talking about the wonders of childhood and how they both loved dreaming and playing and working with children. So over the next three years, the seeds of Find & Seek were planted and began to grow. . .