How Are You?

Hello. It’s been a while. How are you? These are questions I want to ask you all personally, as I know you all have stories and lessons from your time in quarantine. We all do. You’ve …

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O’Keeffe Inspired Irises

My first encounter with Georgia O’Keeffe’s artwork was in elementary school, where our quirky, all-black-wearing art teacher, Mrs. Dearborn, would display O’Keeffe’s desert work to us as inspiration. I was probably 7-years-old, and needless to say, …

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A Look Back At Japan

I have been so lucky to have the opportunity to travel a lot each year. From California to Colorado, France to Iceland I’ve seen some of the amazing beauty our world has to offer. And though …

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Marie Et Moi

Like my father before me, I have had a love affair for French aesthetics, particularly the whimsical designs and patterns associated with Marie Antoinette. Her love of pastels, hair ornaments, and pastoral leisure, set against the …

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The Sea Dweller

Editor’s Note: I shared this short story with you a few years back, but my full vision for the project had not yet been realized. With this book cover design, you get to see how I’ve …

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Goodbye My Old Friend

I thought of fifty different ways to start this blog post: a silly quip about my cat’s sinister knack for catching chipmunks; a deep, philosophical mention on the passage of time; a quote from Hamlet on …

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