UNMASKED

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As someone wise (possibly) once said — why wash dishes and clean the house when you can instead don a Venetian mask and jumpsuit and keep the party going? …

DECEMBER I LOVE YOU

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While I’ve always professed that October is my favorite month (that crispness in the air — an entire holiday dedicated to candy) I’ll confess something (if you promise not to tell): October, you can stay in bed; September, November, hold your head; it’s December I’m in love…

FALLING THROUGH NOVEMBER

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Some friends hosted an opportunity for a little hibernation in the adorable NorCal town of Sebastopol the other weekend; while there were neither pumpkins or the ground nor apples in the trees we still made a festive occasion of it (bicycles, hot tubs and firepits really help with this)…

THE SEASON OF THE WITCH

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It’s right around now — after a long, intense work season that started around May — that I begin locking myself out of my house, making major errors with time and places, forgetting peoples names or otherwise offending them, injuring myself, breaking things… you get the idea…

CHINATOWN

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I live in a city for unexpected adventures — you never know what you’re going to find around any given corner of the urban landscape…

CHANGING WITH THE SEASONS

It feels like such a long road since I picked up a camera and began shooting in earnest last August — after all the hard work this year has seen — developing my content, voice, photography and curational skills — it was definitely time to showcase the growing content more clearly, professionally, and (most important) attractively…

1 SCARF 3 WAYS

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The scarf is, of course, the ultimate fabric haiku — for myself, while the haiku is still a little beyond my means I’m slowly getting good at the scarf limerick…