When I was little, our house had the most beautiful window on the top half of the front door. It had a faceted border that would cast rainbows all around it on sunny afternoons. The light had to hit just the right way, and I never knew when I would see a rainbow in my … Continue reading Lights Out: I’m a Failure (Journal Session)
The world is constantly lit up. The fluorescence of the city. The blur of streetlights on the highway. The singular window aglow at three in the morning. And then there's the internal spotlight. We all have one. It's the light we look at ourselves under when we worry about what other people might see or … Continue reading Lights Out 2020.
This past weekend, I had a conversation with a friend of mine from college, Travis (check out his creative Facebook page here). He's one of my friends who is also passionate about writing, and we enjoy discussing our latest projects now and then. This time, he was telling me about a big project he wants … Continue reading Live a Little
There’s a certain expression an artist gets on their face when inspiration strikes, isn’t there? It’s a somewhat faraway look and the beginnings of a smile, imagining the magic touch they’ll put on their next project. And when we experience art within the confines of our lives, we get such different vibes from each artist, … Continue reading An Artist’s Vision
Goals, resolutions, intentions. These days are so saturated with all sorts of synonyms for one thing: making ourselves better. The turn of the year is a great time to reflect on the last 365 days and refocus on what matters to us most. I know some people aren't a fan of this sort of thing, … Continue reading My Goals for 2020