15 May 2018


how time moves
like a bat
between trees.

the river seine. a snapshot taken when I wandered paris alone as a teenager.
it seems like a moment from another life.

18 April 2018


ventured out into the wilds this past weekend to shoot my newest little short film project.
fossil falls is a spectacularly weird geological feature about 2.5 hours north east of los angeles.

the film, finite, follows the last human being alive as she makes a decision about what remains of her life.

27 March 2018

our lives

I've always had a secret fascination with photojournalism.
I don't think I'm very good at it, but I like to try.
I started photographing protests with my 35mm film camera in high school when I attended the large anti-war protests in Portland. This past weekend I ventured out to the March for Our Lives in downtown LA. More photos on my instagram

14 March 2018


working on learning how to take portraits.
lucky so many of my friends are actors/models.

20 February 2018

one year of poems

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I started the poem a day project one year ago with the vague idea that it might be kind of fun to write 100 poems in 100 days. Now it’s been 365 poems & an entire year.

I never really had an end game in mind for this project. It was always just sort of a thing I did for practice. Creativity is, after all, a muscle. I haven’t really decided or even much thought about where it would go, so in that vein I think I’ll keep going for now. Maybe two years of poems has a nice ring to it?

Thank you for reading along.