Peering beyond the edge of language, we discover experiences that are distinctly real and yet unnamed. There is much to be learned from a give-and-take with the material world.
Innovation and preservation are inherently in tension. But if we can innovate on the way we preserve, we’ll make our work accessible to future generations.
A freshman art bootcamp offers much more than the development of craft. It becomes a space for community, and in turn, transforms the nature of a creative practice.
An unplanned sabbatical makes room for uncertainty and a transformed creative process. Rather than simply offering a break, the space opens out into a changed course entirely.
Passion is not a thing to be pursued. Rather, it is a constant practice, founded not on idolizing perfection but on embracing what we love in its totality.
A fragile, humbly wrapped Christmas gift from a grandmother turns out to be a source of countless stories from generations past and the catalyst for a new practice.
A daughter's bright, brief life marks a stark contrast between before and after. Through the lens of grief, creative work and the world look different.