My New Thing

Shapes, Shop Talk
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Artistry evolves in waves. You become interested in new things as you become capable of making them. For a few years in college, my highest aspiration was to transcribe the structure...

Upside Out

Announcements, Shapes
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Over the last year I've produced a small-but-growing body of architectural work based on perspective. Looking up and askew from the street at tall, interesting buildings, makes for fascinating distortions....

Does Scene Create Style?

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As I start packing to move back to Boston, I'm wondering about my architectural style. Does scene create style? Does the world around you form your tastes, or do you find the things...

Evolution Bleed

Faces, Shapes
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Recently, I started feeling like I'm 20 years old. I mean as a young artist. At that moment, I felt like my poems were magic building blocks. Like when you're five years...

The Face of Return

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A year ago, I took an emergency trip to Rhode Island. My aunt was wrapping her dance with cancer, and probably wouldn’t (didn’t) last the week. In every measurable way,...

Seeing Intentionally

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I'm not exactly sure what seeing intentionally feels like, but I think I'm starting to do it. The way seasoned photographers talk about dialing in their settings, you'd think the camera is part...

On Perspective

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They say perspective is everything. Perspective is funny that way, though. One of the functions of the artist is to draw lines between visible things, through invisible things. But the...