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Notes From a New Landscape | Craters of the Moon, Idaho

The colour palette and texture of the volcanic environment shifted throughout the day. Golden grasses and blue-green sagebrush in contrast against lava flows. Fast-moving clouds in pearlescent shades of blue and pink, disappearing over distant mountains.

Site updates, new print shop, newsletter and more!

You might notice some changes around here… The past few months have been full of behind-the-scenes website work, logo updates, and administrative maintenance across my portfolio, print shop, and licensing archives. My blog design has been updated too, to improve readability and more prominently feature my art photography. Announcing my new online fine art print … Continue reading Site updates, new print shop, newsletter and more!

The Shifting Landscape of Time

“Antipathy toward time clouds personal and collective thinking.” – Marcia Bjornerud⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠One year ago we were settling into a new, strange routine. I had already been working from home, and we already enjoyed the occasional convenience of delivered groceries. But now there were daily news briefings to watch, headlines to anxiously scan, family and friends around … Continue reading The Shifting Landscape of Time

Holding Space, Looking for Light

“I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain.” – James Baldwin⁠ Fair warning, this is not a happy post, and beyond a shared mood, the text has very little to do with the image. … Continue reading Holding Space, Looking for Light


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