Back in the realm of spatial theory, I don’t think it’s worth fighting my tendency to gravitate toward the politics and meaning of space, but I was also back to needing to connect it to creativity and art.Read More
I found these sets of twin houses in the gentrifying areas of Kadikoy, one, run down, boasting once-beautiful details on its facade and glimpses broken walls through the holes where windows used to be, hinting at history and secrets.Read More
I managed to find a great collection of the travel diaries of Antiquarian Sir Francis Ronalds, at which point I realised I am likely just a British man from the 1800s reincarnated.Read More
I hesitated to explore the concept of statelessness in the first place because I was unsure how to address the privilege inherent in my brand of it, and felt that it needed to be addressed.Read More
Pt. 1: Pick any term vaguely relevant to your work, and google it. See where it goes.Read More
I focus on the itch until it goes away or gets worse.
Thumbnail: Kate Doyle. Bad Nora. 2012.Read More
The men you fall for in Florence aren't yours; you pay for the privilege. Pay to see them, let them lead you through the streets to their thrones.
I am re-posting this piece following the death of John Berger, eternally grateful for everything this man taught me about communicating ideas, about art, and about myself.Read More
My new moral compass makes me take a serious look at my thought process.Read More
Back in the Northeast trying to get my feet back under me. I'm excited to get back to modeling and into a New Hampshire summer, as the snow falls outside the window. I am finishing up my art commitments from the trip, peeling matte medium off the tips of my fingers as I turn to writing.Read More
Returning from my detour and back on the grant funding highway, The Kindling Fund presents The Portland Mural Initiative: out to bring contemporary art to Portland's streets. The Initiative's work is generally inoffensive, and I want more controversy in Portland's Public Art.Read More