fashion . fine art . poetry . culture . philosophy
‘How we spend our days is, of course how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one, is what we are doing.’ – Annie Dillard
When I was six, I wrote my first poem. It was about the moon and the flowers and my thoughts on what they—the moon and the flowers— did each night. It was entitled ‘At Night I Wonder’ and while I wouldn’t declare it my finest work, it did seem to set the tone for what I would later come to understand as my voice.
Today, I write articles and essays and stories about things worth celebrating, things worth fighting for; slow processes, artistic contributions, ideas around community, and ways to see differently. Through an exploration of art, fashion, philosophy, and culture I consider what we’re doing and what we know in an effort to document, interpret and understand where we’re going. I use my words to question the way we’re creating, interacting and consuming, and to perhaps offer an alternative observation that’s guided toward the preservation of art and artfulness in life.
I am also the co-founder and editor in chief of JANE magazine, a biannual fashion and fine art