school has come to a close. apparently we graduated. its strange. but new things are happening and there are new bandwagons to hop onto. like..... say, moving to kingston.
you may be wondering about the future of this little bloggy thing here. i intend on keeping it running. maybe some new photographs here; some stories there; thoughts and such over in the corner.
im joining an intentional community in kingston. some lovely friends of mine started this community two ish years back. more to come on the whats, whys, whos. they, or, we have a blog. it is over here.
hello people, if you are out there in blog land. i am going to be taking a blog hiatus for a while. school is heavy into portfolio designing, exhibition creation, and trying not to die before the 17th, when we will all sigh a great sigh of relief. our final show opens on april 17th, running for a full week. it is going to be a really solid show - there is some real talent around this place.
I'm going to the Dominican Republic tomorrow for a week, to visit a friend named Rachel. In previous posts, I've mentioned her and Latienda, which is the art co-op she runs down there. I'm hoping to keep posting every day.
We're renting a car and setting off to see more island this aft. As my priority while here isn't making blog posts; I've posted for yesterday, today, and this is tomorrows.
We lunched at a sweet little nook called Green Cuisine. Oh, it was tasty. Friendly people, ocean, mountains, a local sister, and an organic healthy grocery store on nearly every corner? I might not come home.
This is a scanned print, which explains the golfball grain. I shot this a year ago, in the DR. It was a hot night, the power was out. The woman on the left is Shari. (She makes beautiful paintings - go here.) The woman on the left is Rosairi. (She is sweet'n'sassy, and has been more or less adopted by Rachel.)
This girl is Cait. We were driving around in Hull. She will be a nurse very soon. Her heart takes the shape of Africa. We have a friendship anniversary. She really likes guacamole, and has a beautiful voice. I hope you all have a Cait in your life.