Art in the Bourgeois – Downtown Doors

There is no greater beauty than that of creating art within our everyday realities, and while being the typical tourist in the Silicon Valley, I discovered just that. In truth, we often become accustomed to the everyday, the bourgeois. The environments in which we place ourselves are often melancholy, literally 50 shades of gray. Mailboxes, trash cans,… Continue reading Art in the Bourgeois – Downtown Doors



In today's society, we are social yet antisocial, vulnerable yet indestructible. As we pursue our goals, we fail, our hearts are broken, our expectations are not met, and we begin to lose our innocence. It is my belief that this innocence, this vulnerability, has infinite value, for without being willing to give to the world,… Continue reading Vulnerability


Nature’s Corpse

A recent excursion to Algonquin Provincial Park rekindled my passion for the preservation of the environment. Ontario Parks harvests trees in such a way that almost half of the wood is unused in order to improve convenience of transport, and it has been this way since the beginning of the logging industry in the 1800s.… Continue reading Nature’s Corpse


The City With Insomnia

In the limits of a limitless city Lie hidden treasures sought for by many. Metal mountains scrape the sky with pity Citizens value nothing o’er the penny. Wall Street knows no walls yet walls all within. Hope, fame, fortune, greed led to betrayal; A city that never sleeps never wakes To see victory’s flawèd portrayal.… Continue reading The City With Insomnia