Here's to 2011
One of my favorite memories from 2010: Noah Beil, myself, Geoffrey Ellis and Leah Reich crammed into the photo booth at Benders during the SF photo meet-up. There’s less than 10 hours of 2010 left in good ol’ Mountain Standard Time, and I’m so very ready for the new year. There were a lot of ups and downs for me over the past 12 months, but I leave the year with hope for good...
Three films I can't wait to see:
The Tree of Life Blue Valentine Somewhere
I’m not saying much because there’s nothing else to say. It’s the same thing it has been. It’s still time for a change. I feel like this stuckness is making me suck as a person. As a friend. And so on. It’s really difficult for me to stay present in this position. I’ve been distracting myself to death. When I get in the car to drive somewhere, I feel completely...
To my city by the bay, and to who knows where.
I’ve been quiet here, mostly because I’ve been unsure what there is to say. My image making has taken a backseat to some other stuff – namely, travel and work – and a lot of my mental energy is going towards figuring out what the heck it is I’m doing exactly. My trip to San Francisco was important on a number of levels. First and foremost, it was a business trip, because...
Let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance...– Kahil Gibran (Thank you, JoyceSu.)