September 28, 2019

Despite the serious title, suggesting that I am about to embark in an in depth auto-psychoanalysis, this post is really just a curious look at pictures of myself with my artwork throughout the years. It occurred to me that growing up as an artist in the age of Instagra...

April 21, 2019

An exercise in exploring "sound without sound."

Music has always been a significant component in my work as it invokes strong elements of  memory and places the work within a cultural context. To consider musical significance with the challenge of not producing audio o...

January 27, 2019

Passing under the world with no lasting connectivity to the external.

Taking "notes" on poorly read essays and halfway understood themes.

Notepad is equipped with highlighter, eraser and pen tools.

Creating has never been easier. 

To avoid the flutter of an eye's contact...

September 30, 2018

Music is cathartic.

Here is an ongoing (slow but hopefully steady) list of album artwork and music that inspires me daily.

~ IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER ~

February 18, 2018

An initial studio project while at Parson's Paris lead me to be curious about the differences between the internet from an American Perspective vs a French perspective. Having been in France for a month and witnessed particularities with French youth, the daily news, t...

January 11, 2018

Easy to say that my hunger for music has been quite satisfied recently. A recap of last year in music (thanks to Spotify’s fun “Wrapped” feature) shows I was very big into Indie R&B in 2017. What is this category and who was I listening to??

Along with a very interestin...

August 23, 2017

 Here's what I learned this summer...

  • El Cafécito Cubano is best when shared.

    • Hialeah, Pequeña Habana, Downtown, Ocean Drive... Wherever you go, you'll find a ventanita to get your cafécito fix. Read more about Cafécito.

  • Miami Metro Rail has very...

April 30, 2017

Lygia Pape was a Brazilian artist. She was active during the Concrete and Neo-Concrete Movement from the 1950s and 1960s in Rio de Janeiro and is known for her experimentation and use of a great variety of media and forms. She worked with sculpture, engraving, and film...

April 23, 2017

The initial impetus for my second studio project was the essay on Mierle Laderman Ukeles by Robert C. Morgan about her work with New York City’s sanitation department, Touch Sanitation. Her work encompasses some of the themes I hope to work with in my future, community...

March 15, 2017

Wouldn't it be super convenient to have a list of artists that show's their popular mediums and website? 

Well... Here it is.

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