Month: June 2019

19 Jun 2019


You stumble forward, blinded by doubt, with no sense of where you’re headed. Your hands and knees still hurt from the fall before, when you tripped and rolled down from that place, above. The place that contains this adult life, work grind and responsibilities, proper interactions and all these normal people. And nothing else. That […]

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02 Jun 2019


I recently took part in a workshop with the incredible Ryan Muirhead where among other things he voiced with uncanny accuracy some of the thoughts and concerns I had been mulling over about my own work, which I’ve been thinking about for some time now: how easy it is, in trying to produce perfect images, […]

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