November 2, 2012

My One-Year Denver-versary!

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I  won’t say much about it, but overall, moving to Denver was a Very Good Decision.


July 9, 2012

My Vacation, in a Nutshell:

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Went jet skiing, boating, attempted to wakeboard.

Learned how to shoot firearms (at tin cans) on a beautiful ranch, next to a log cabin that someone’s grandfather built.

Hiked around Vedauwoo.

Rocked out to Patti Fiasco in Centennial.

Went dancing at Tracks.

Camped near Glenwood Canyon, and hiked to Hanging Lake.

Wandered around the forest, watching birds and marveling at the beauty of nature (that stuff never gets old).

Ate delicious Thai pizza in Breckenridge.

Made new friends and met up with old ones.

Felt peaceful, relaxed, and zen for the first time in a long time.

May 2, 2012

Kick Out the Jams

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The Black Keys, May 1, 2012:

I’d heard good things about their live performances, and I wasn’t disappointed. Not much talking at all, no silly costumes, but solid musicianship. Dan has this awesome steampunk-y looking guitar, too.


 Howlin’ for You
 Next Girl
 Run Right Back
 Same Old Thing
 Dead and Gone
 Gold on the Ceiling
 Girl Is On My Mind
 I’ll Be Your Man
 Your Touch
 Little Black Submarines
 Money Maker
 Strange Times
 Nova Baby
 Ten Cent Pistol
 Tighten Up
 Lonely Boy


Everlasting Light
She’s Long Gone
I Got Mine

I was a little disappointed that I seemed to be surrounded by a bunch of very tall men (FACT: the average height of a Black Keys fan in the greater Denver area is 6’5″)–until a bunch of obnoxious whippersnappers tried to push their way to the front of the crowd. Then I realized that they make great amateur bouncers.


It’s like you’re RIGHT THERE, isn’t it? Ha ha.

For the uninitiated:

Howlin’ for You video

Tighten Up video

March 12, 2012

I made it look like

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my work computers are staring back at me. I’m easily amused. OR! Or. Is this a commentary on surveilance and anthropomorphism in contemporary society?

Iris paintings by Marc Quinn.

February 29, 2012

My Battle Cry

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I have been known to say this from time to time.

February 9, 2012


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Interesting MRI cross-sections of leg muscles:

Found here.

February 7, 2012

Top 5 Regrets of the Dying

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As recorded by a nurse. From The Guardian:


1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.

2. I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.

3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings.

4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.

5. I wish that I had let myself be happier.


Food for thought.

February 5, 2012


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15.9 inches of snow fell here in Denver over the past three days. It has been beautiful: gently falling snow, no wind, and very little traffic noise (on account of the fact that 3/4 of the city shut down). I grabbed my snowshoes and headed to the park; lots of other people had the same idea. Dogs were bounding around, barely visible above the snow, couples were cross-country skiing, and people gathered at bars afterwards, snowshoes in hand. I am so happy I moved here.









January 24, 2012

Washington Park

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January 13, 2012

2012 is the year of the renaissance

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The New Year always lends itself to both sentimentality and the sense of a fresh start, which I love. Time to take stock, shunt all of the bad stuff, and start anew. A very dear and talented friend of mine and myself have had a trying 2011 wherein neither of us spent much time in our studios. We have declared 2012 the year of the Renaissance—want to join us? Dive in—there’s no better time to start. To a wonderful new year!

Make Art Not War

(Image by Shepard Fairey. Think he’ll sue me? No, I actually love him, litigious hypocrisy aside).

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