24 - 3.06
a photo of a house drawn on a shadow of a house

24 - 03.03


24 - 03.01
my mother at her wedding

24 - 02.25

24 - 02.22

24 - 02.18

24 - 02.13
Clarice Lispector’s former residence in Rio

24 - 02.13
rare snowfall in new york

24 - 02.10

24 - 02.09
O and I missing everything about Japan

24 - 02.07

24 - 02.06
Wrapped my eleven years spent in California and moved back to my home state, New York

23 - 12.06


23 - 12.01
“Slug” by Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754-1799 CE)

23 - 11.22
Since seeing a John Ford film in JP’s class 8 years ago as an undergrad, I dreamed of going to see this landscape in real life, before I leave California… I am very lucky to have been in such a beautiful place at such a dark time. As my little heart can’t stand the horror lately, after being here I left feeling with some desire that I do still want a relationship with this country and land that I’ve lived most on, after all - a place like this, with its own dark history, could still exist as freedom and peace could. I pray for Gaza to be returned, all land to be returned, an immediate ceasefire, an eternal protection over those who have been forced out from this lifetime these last seven weeks... these photos don’t show all the tears and silence along with an immense thanks. 


23 - 11.18
our home for two nights

23 - 11.17
Arcosanti

23 - 11.12
“sometimes the lack of talent is not enough” - JP Gorin

23 - 11.09



23 - 11.03
wrapped my thesis, quietly, at last 

23 - 11.02
incredible Carrie Mae Weems in class today

23 - 10.30
attempting to fold a thousand cranes for my thesis and naturally they have become for Gaza too

23 - 10.23
NY fall from my mother

23 - 10.22
“this is
sorrow for all
the dead and 
the suffering. 
all mother’s tears equal,
all children,
inocent,
beloved.”
patti smith

23 - 10.20
“Oh rascal children of Gaza. You who constantly disturbed me with your screams under my window. You who filled every morning with rush and chaos. You who broke my vase and stole the lonely flower on my balcony. Come back, and scream as you want and break all the vases. Steal all the flowers. Come back... Just come back..” Khaled Juma, a Palestinian poet from Gaza.

23. -10.19

23 - 10.16
truly disheartened and unclear how people can keep living without giving any acknowledgement to the Palestinian condition that as Americans, in this case, we are ALL complicit in making it happen and making it worse.

23 - 10.15
white hair paint test for a character to take a break 

23 - 10.15
Thousands out for Gaza yesterday in LA

23 - 10.14
“this is
mourning
everything.
leaves are
meant to fall,
not children.”
patti smith

23 - 10.11
peace peace peace peace peace peace peace peace please

23 - 10.09