Prospect Park

Having lived in New York City for the past three and a half years, I always think of Central Park as the go to green space. Sure there are tons of smaller hideaways like Washington Square Park, Madison Square Park, and even smaller neighborhood spots like my current hangout – Maria Hernandez Park. But up … More Prospect Park


We all have our happy place. That place whether real or imaginary that we travel back to in our minds when we need a mental escape. Mine is a ranch home in Tehachapi, California. Situated amidst mountains, the ranch is full of hiking trails and 360 degree views. The ranch is also home to mules Delilah and … More Tehachapi

Road Trippin’

Growing up on the East coast, terrain is not something I have become accustomed to. When I took a scenic road trip in California, I couldn’t help but be baffled by the ever-changing landscape. It seemed like almost every ten minutes on the road, I was looking at something brand new again. It was a … More Road Trippin’

Digital Geo Series

As a creative person, I often find myself pulled in many different artistic directions, all of which seem like perfectly good options at the time until I realize that I have sixteen projects pending, and not a single one completed. Recently, I decided that enough was enough, and I sat down with the intention of … More Digital Geo Series

Long Beach

  It’s so easy to put things down. To walk away from something accidentally – be it friends, hobbies, working out, blogging. Routine in general is difficult to obtain. Once you’re in a routine that’s a different story, but setting out with the intention of doing something, and doing it repeatedly, well, that’s hard. My … More Long Beach

Feels Like Home

The Free People Home Office is a whimsical place. Based in Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, it is a mecca for the ethereal. It’s a tough feeling to explain – the ‘Free People essence’.  I first established this indescript emotion during my very first visit to the King of Prussia Free People store, I must have been … More Feels Like Home