A tour of lesser-known London, this time we peek into the White Cube art gallery in South East London.
This is an excerpt from a novel I am currently writing with the working title “Death in the Early Evening.” I will not go into too much detail since the novel is not finished. But I thought I would give a little peek into the story of a woman who throws a party to celebrate […]Read more "An excerpt: “Death in the Early Evening”"
A lumbering warrior clad in iron and swinging an ax comes into view from beyond crumbling castle walls and piles of fallen enemies. He is ready to join his clan and head into battle. No fear, no regrets. This is what he has been waiting for all day. Charged with the mission to commit and […]Read more "Life, Actually: What happens in WoW doesn’t stay in WoW"
George R. R. Martin is a busy man. His interactive art and mystery house experience, Meow Wolf, in Santa Fe just celebrated its one year anniversary on March 19th. I was just so lucky to visit ol’ Meow Wolf on that day. Dressed up like a birthday cake pueblo with candles and all, a […]Read more "And Now, Meow Wolf "
What lies in the dark is often a question heavy with fear. What lies beyond the comfort and assurance of clear vision. Does darkness encompass fear of the unknown, or is being in the dark more than an absence of clarity? Perhaps it is a reminder of the strength and power that lies within all […]Read more "On Darkness"
I’ve been in a creamy, beige, tan, loose hair in the wind, cozied-into-a-nook mood for a while. I always gravitate toward dark colors like black, burgundy wine and more black but recently light is returning to my wardrobe. This shift has been making me see the beauty of darkness and light working together to make […]Read more "Creamy Blooms and Beige Sighs"
I will be sharing more of my travel photos. These are from Australia in August and September of 2016. Photos are of the Wollongong coast and Sydney. More photos of cool places, including more from Australia, England and Paris to come. I had such a great time playing with the different lighting and shades of […]Read more "Fries and Blue Skies: Australia 2016, Part one"