I seek the intersection of design, poetry and technology. Currently, my explorations include near-daily haiku/senryu blended with photos and my studies of web design and development. Most of the photos you find here are mine, though I occasionally use the free photos in Adobe Spark, Pexels and Unsplash.
My earliest memory of writing poetry: my seventh grade creative writing class. Poetry and writing remain crucial parts of my life to this day. My love photography is even older, starting with an old point-and-shoot film camera, progressing through film (35mm SLRs, Rolleiflexes, etc) and into the digital revolution. I now shoot most of photos on my Samsung S9 and an antiquated Olympus PEN .
I find inspiration in the commonplace, in everyday experiences, in community. Seattle and the Pacific Northwest are “home” in the deepest sense, a rich personal history intertwining with legacy. Every stone holds meaning.
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