Having lived in mainland China for over six years, I had always wanted to travel to Tibet. For many casual travellers, it is a remote region of the world, both vast and harsh – and in many ways, also not without its own share of obstacles to access. Its allure, while partly from the pure natural […]
The One You are monthly planned urban retreats that take city dwellers and working professionals in China to select natural locations in Moganshan or Hangzhou for a rejuvenating weekend trip away from the city. During that time, participants take part in activities such as sessions of yoga, hiking along trails, farming with local villagers, enjoying healthy organic […]
At the end of every summer, Kōenji plays host to Tokyo’s largest Awa Odori. This lively annual Japanese traditional dance festival originally started in Tokushima and was later adopted in Kōenji post-war by urban migrants from Tokushima Prefecture. Every year it attracts as many as 12,000 dancers and 1.2 million visitors over the course of just two days. […]
My project for the VSCO Artist Initiative is based around the concept of producing a series of large-format posters inspired by music. The methods involved in the image making aspect are varied and not limited to any one specific technique. Certainly collage, both by hand and in Photoshop, is one of my favorite techniques but because […]
Proud to be one of the six first recipients of the VSCO Artist Initiative Grants! The VSCO Artist Initiative™ is a grant and movement of solidarity that provides artists the resources to pursue their creative vision, no matter what the medium. The Initiative honors art and artist by discovering, funding, advising, and promoting creatives from […]
The creative act is a letting down of the net of human imagination into the ocean of chaos on which we are suspended, and the attempt to bring out of it ideas.
– Terrence McKenna