Wednesday, March 28, 2018

I don't think anyone can grow unless they are loved exactly as they are now, appreciated for what they are rather than what they will be.
-FR

A quote I saw at the tea shop yesterday that I like.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Timelapse of the mural

I made a timelapse from the GoPro footage we set up on top of the bouldering wall.This was actually a ton of bootwork, setting it up, unloading the footage every day, editing down all of the paint mixing, and double and triples paint coats. My thanks to the individuals below, especially Pete Cross.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Costa Mesa Mural


That's a wrap on a large (~26' x 75') mural at the Costa Mesa Rockreation

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Design for Costa Mesa


Here's the final design for the Costa Mesa mural. I know intimately every shape in this thing.
 

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

"There is a place in the soul that neither time, nor space, nor no created things can touch."
- Meister Eckhart

"Your identity is not equivalent to your biography and there is a place in you where you have never been wounded, where there is still a sureness in you, where there's a seamlessness in you and where there is confidence and tranquility in you. The intention of prayer and spirituality and love is now and again to visit that inner kind of sanctuary."
- John O'Donohue on OnBeing with Krista Tippett
"Stress is a perverted relationship to time, so rather than being a subject of your own time, you have become its target and victim."
- John O'Donohue

Monday, July 25, 2016

Unchronicled Released



Prof. Vostrum and I have released the first set of photographs from our residency in Wyoming today!
Hope you enjoy the fruits of our labors. 

If you are just tuning in, Vostrum (I'm just going to call Caitlin by her alter ego) and I shot our first set of UE photographs along the North Californian coast last spring. On a road trip up north, we started to dream up two characters who'd gone rouge from an expedition and set out on their own to solve a relentless mystery. Our photographs follow these two very different female explorers through their endless search. Last fall we were awarded residency with Jentel Foundation in Wyoming. We started a fundraiser for the art project and with a little love from friends and family, were able to spend a month this spring traveling all over the beautiful state of Wyoming, setting up and shooting photographs, developing this concept and finally working on the initial plans for our book. We've released the first set of photographs on our website - www.unchronicledexplorations.com

Thanks for the support and hope you enjoy!