For over 10 years I’ve made my living by: creating things, offering them to the world, and gratefully receiving any support given in return. It’s been amazing, it’s been hard, and it’s been pretty much everywhere in between. I operate quite a bit differently now than I did when starting out. I’ve had some successes, […]Read more "Read This Before Quitting Your Day Job (or: 7 Things I’ve Learned Making Art For A Living)"
“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are stronger at the broken places.” – Hemingway [Fair warning: this post gets a little dark in places, but stick with it till the end and there will be light and a cool surprise.] I was born in 1978 and it is a sobering fact that every year […]Read more "Houston? We Have A Problem… A Confession and A Gift"
It is one of life’s ironies that, if you want freedom, you have to impose limits. Nowhere is this truer for me than in my work. Unlimited options often lead to paralysis, whereas the right limits, artfully imposed, allow creativity to flourish. It was with this in mind that, at the end of November last […]Read more "Polaroids of Light and Sound / The Piano Sketches E.P."