Chapter 2, Text 17 of the Bhagavad-gītā states: “One who is, however, taking pleasure in the self, who is illuminated in the self, who rejoices in and is satisfied with the self only, fully satiated – for him there is no duty”. Give or take some yogic context as well as the fact that this…
Sometime life and art are just about play. Thanks to Mason Chapello for playing with me. It’s always a fun experience. Title authored by the model himself
Impromptu shoot inspired by how cool my incense looked. Spring break well spent.
Thank you Marissa Miller for your openness and receptiveness, and for being willing to be cold in an abandoned farm house.
I have many feelings, emotions, and thoughtful, informed opinions about all that’s going on in our country right now. But as an artist trying to see the good in the world, I will let my work speak for itself. PSA to artists everywhere: now is the time to mobilize. Your work has never been as…
Love to capture people all dressed up for Halloween in their most human form. It makes for an interesting contrast between what is and isn’t real…
So lucky to get to work with this beautiful dancer over fall break. Thank you to Baylie Mochalova for being so inspiring and for rocking my blue lipstick better than I could ever hope to!
Fun exploration with Kat Sprudzs regarding the nature of “ladylike” behavior. If the actions generally allocated to a man are performed by a lady, then by what standard are they not “ladylike”?
In civilized society humans like to isolate themselves from the earth that wrought them. Through strife and struggle, stay grounded, stay one with the earth, and the rest falls into place. Indulge in the grotesque pleasures of the natural world. Thank you Niasha Whitfield for being so great to work with. Much love always.
Back to school, back to dancing, back to creating more work than I know what to do with, and back to working with this kid. Thanks, Mason Chapello, for joining me in making fools of ourselves in public places per usual.