Observations

On Minimalism II

Last year, I did some lighting for a photographer I had a serious style crush on. She is the opposite of me, her aesthetic is noticeably cohesive: muted, neat, serene, quiet. Whereas my aesthetic is all over the place: rich in color, varies in energy levels, chaotic. I know it’s a thing for people to …

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The Distancing

I have, as many of us do, many tangled feelings of The Great Quarantining. Most people I know are brewing a sense of anxiety and agitation. They’re justifiably nervous, bored, uncertain, scared, panicky… a whole gamut of discomforts slowly simmering. I’ve never felt more calm. Of course, I have worries about my job (or lack …

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A Fall

You really can’t expect the unexpected. Although I guess on some level I expected it… I ate shit today. My feet kicked out from under me while I was crossing a street, I had stepped on a big ol’ smooth patch of ice gracefully donated by winter. As I was being grabbed backwards by gravity, …

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Pure Morning

There are hardly ever days when I wake up and think to myself, Oh happiness and joy to this wonderful world! Today I woke up to gorgeous orange gold light peeping through my window, illuminating the hard geometric patterns of the building being birthed next door, pooling my apartment in a quiet dream like, romantic …

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