January 22, 2020

          For me, the sketchbook has been the most important tool as an artist. Even in the age of super cool tablets and phone apps nothing stands close to a sketchbook. Like any tool, it is about how you use and adapt that tool into your process....

June 28, 2019

First off, this album reminds me of listening to Cudi... nothing about familiar sounds or vocals, and there's no hums, there's just a feeling. I just put on my headphones and instantly feel solitude. This album is a dope addition to anyone's "Lonely...

June 25, 2019

How Do I Handle Criticism?

Honestly, I feel like I handle it poorly. Sometimes with crossed arms and rolled eyes. Other times I find myself crippled by criticism, my own being the worst. So, how do I get anything done?

I’ve learned to not quiet “the ha...

May 17, 2019


Turn up the muhfukkin’ speakers and let me grab my goTTdamn longboard! The power of music to transport you to a time and place is something Blood Tide has tied into the sound of their new EP, Gnarly. The project’s soundscape is a mixtu...

March 22, 2019

"Take chances, make mistakes, and get messy."

      As an artist this is just trusting the process, but lets put emphasis on make mistakes. Make mistakes. Make Mistakes. MAKE MISTAKES.

Every painting isn't going to be a Picasso, every...

October 24, 2018

     So, a while back I did an interesting thing that some artist find beneficial to their practice and I wrote a manifesto. I had previously done this as a class assignment, but we were given guidelines and parameters and that didn't hold true to wh...

September 6, 2018

          I’ve always been captivated by the human form: the curvatures, smoothness, tone of musculature, and unique features and postures. My fascination with wanting to do a nude shoot came from this infatuation with the body and never seeing my ow...

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