Future of Connectivity
Advancing technologies are accelerating rapidly and becoming progressively seamless as they connect with the human experience.
You will never know her true intentions until after the flop, but then it will be too late.
Self centered thoughts, emotions, and ideals can cast a shadow over one’s mind making it hard to see past your own perceptions. Being mindful to your mental health can help part the clouds while the storm subsides.
Portrait of illustrator/artist Julia Luft. Julia revels in being lost anywhere outside. Only peeking through the leaves every once in a while to get more snacks.
Lost Memories of 1968
Portrait of a Vietnam era soldier as his memory fades back into the jungle he disappeared in.
Portrait of a pilgrim woman who sailed on board the Mayflower and helped settle the Plymouth Colony in 1620. These voyagers were some of the first puritans to settle in North America. Many of them did not survive the first winter, but still remain an iconic symbol of American ideals centuries thereafter.
Ballads from the Fern
In a far off meadow there is an elegant entrance to a place where not much is known. Legends state if you set out to search for it you will never find it, but it’s rumored you can hear it whispering its location in the ghostly echoes of a very windy day.
Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel “Treasure Island” set the modern standard for romanticised stories of pirate adventure. These tales are full of travel, battle, and gold doubloons. Chapter XII begins with tensions of mutiny. Jim, the main protagonist, stows himself away on one of the first boats to head for shore after casting the anchor. Once on land, he quickly separates himself from the rest of the pirate crew and disappears into the landscape hoping to get a head start and find the treasure.
Gig poster and social media advertisement for “Midriffs” band. Conceptualizing song title “Death Beach” in combinations with the historical events of the Invasion of Normandy from the date of the show. The surrealness can make you ask questions, imagine, or freely interpret as you float adrift under a sunken beach just before the mine fields are set to explode.
The Black Pearl
A story from the shallow tides to the deepest depths. A metaphor about always searching for rare treasures, new adventures, and unexpected solutions, like pearls in the sea.
Thoughts and concerns of expectations, a disappearance, and precious metals.
Ghosts of W.W.I.
The records from countless ghosts who haunt the collapsed trenches of World War One. Conceptualized W.W.I. poem “Now that you must shortly go that way” written by Eleanor Farjeon from “The Penguin Book of First World War Poetry.”
Beware of songs from a siren. The sound is mesmerizing, but the purpose is always full of false intentions. A story from the Homer’s “Odyssey” and a metaphor for being aware of temptations which are only designed to lure sailors to their deaths.