Looking at a City

Looking at a City

From the rooftop, we can see the river, floating lazily down a small valley between banks. It is a shining ribbon, gray and murky, but still reflective of buildings rising on either side of it. On one side, the buildings are tall and made of glass. On the other, neighborhoods span grid-like. Tree-lined streets are … Continue reading

infinite cities

infinite cities

Returning to a city you used to inhabit after a few months away is akin to focusing a manual camera- a twisting of the lens that causes the world around you to expand and contract, blur and sharpen, until the truth of the scene is finally revealed. This striving to adjust to rhythms that were … Continue reading

secret spots

secret spots

Previously, I wrote about the important of spaces and places in our lives. How finding comfortable places in our lives is essential for establishing peace of mind,  ownership, responsibility, and even self identity. So, for this post, I thought I would share with you a bit of free writing that I recently did while on-the-job … Continue reading

celebrating our spaces

celebrating our spaces

While contemplating some wonderfully visual food and lifestyle blogs I have been looking at frequently for artistic inspiration and my own visual pleasure, I began thinking about the nature of space. How important spaces are to our identities as people. How we express ourselves through decoration. What we display in our spaces as monuments of … Continue reading