One thing that most travelers have in common, regardless of travel style, is that one of the best parts of traveling is learning how to navigate a new city, and losing a sense of direction as a way to discover and stay curious. Wandering the streets of a new environment allows you to take in new surroundings for nothing more than what they have to offer and is one of the most liberating feelings in the world.Read More
What breaks down barriers between colleagues better than stripping down to your birthday suit and taking a bath together? Well, nothing really. This week I had my first experience in an onsen (温泉), or a Japanese bathhouse.Read More
Look out Tokyo! I’ve arrived and I’m rearing to go. Here is the view from the tiny apartment that I’ll call home for the next 2 weeks.Read More
Studio update: La Bohème and photos from the show!Read More
As previously hinted, I have some pretty exciting upcoming projects. I think that it's finally safe to make it known that I was commissioned by The Bangor Symphony Orchestra to do the video projected scenic work for their production of La Bohème. What's that mean?
Well, the opera is several acts and instead of creating the scenes, as is done is most theatre productions, the orchestra has hired yours truly to paint the scenes that are to be projected during the performance.
I'll be posting pictures of the pieces as I progress, but if you'd like to follow it, check the Work In Progress out on my Behance, where you can see the formal progression and give me feedback!
Time Management for the Creative Soul: more than just keeping a tight schedule.Read More