I spend most of my time looking at pictures. The majority of them dynamic, intense images of how crushingly evil human's can be to each other. And then I am reminded how much I love and miss art photography. While reading through "my desert island" publication, Harper's magazine last year, I came across one of Thomas Jackson's images. The haven't left my mind since. I reached out to Jackson to feature his images in TheWeek.com Captured section.
Check out the post here!
Thomas also has done some very beautiful, meditative videos of his work. Worth spending some time to watch.
Today's radio reported an incredibly dense fog throughout the region. Commuting to work the following morning of Thanksgiving, I am always prepared for a solemn and moody ride- empty cars, forlorn workers, yawns from last night triptafen-filled turkey. The skies seems to mimic the weighted energy today.
Found outside of Lord & Taylor July 17th, 2015
Cincinnati was once the 6th largest city in the country. Once referred to as The Queen of the West, these houses featured our the properties page this past week, so an era of great wealth fro the city. Check out the full piece here!
I am a fan of recycling. That means everything...food scraps, collage art and houses. My home is from 1928 and to be honest we have decided to build new next time. And as much as I hate to see green fields replaced with new houses, this week I focused on new construction. I love this LA house. Click through to see more.