In 2011, I confronted a blank white page. I found myself in New York City without the structures that had provided me with safety and purpose. I had nothing but the pen in my hand and the blank page before me. Such beginnings tend to make us anxious. We prefer to hold on to what we know, even if it means being trapped in systems that no longer serve us. When we let go, however, freedom appears, and a genuine connection to life can be established. It is this genuine connection that gives me hope for our future, for we need a new way to engage with life. WhitePageProject honours the uncertainty of the blank white page, and I hope that my work will give you the courage to enter this free space. Whatever your blank white page may be, I urge you to connect with who you genuinely are and build the world as you genuinely want it to be. — Helene Lundbye Petersen