Voicemail Tapes

A project that is simply a collection of voicemails from my friends, family, and myself.

The Artform and Artists of Contemporary Circus

The common idea of a circus, often instilled within us early by cartoons and Hollywood, contains big top tents, fashionable elephants, and white-faced clowns. While this world exists, it’s attendance is waning amidst shifts in consumer concerns and attention. A stand-out reasoning the publics’ concerns regarding the safety and morality of animal performers. In 2011, … Continue reading The Artform and Artists of Contemporary Circus

Emil Amos Talk

Being that Emil Amos is tirelessly dedicated to his work, I would have understood if my conversation with him lasted 15 minutes. However, within a few exchanges, I was aware that Emil is not interested in the disingenuous mundane conversations that artists so often give to their fans. Instead, I had the privilege to hear … Continue reading Emil Amos Talk

The Work of Thomas Morton

Thomas Morton first sparked my interest at the impressionable age of 15. I was just beginning to experience the true depths of the internet, and in this process, I was being introduced to amazing things. Some of which include Quentin Tarantino movies, the Beatles, and less renowned but equally mind-bending: Vice. During this time Vice … Continue reading The Work of Thomas Morton

Little Wings Interview

Kyle Field, or Little Wings, like several other artists in the same music camp, is a grizzly looking man. He is abundantly bearded, regularly sweatered, and carries the aurora of a friendly uncle (Interestingly, I wrote that before hearing his song “Uncle Kyle says”). When looking at a photo of the guy, you’d assume his … Continue reading Little Wings Interview

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