If there is one place in Southeast Asia to seriously chill out, Kampot would be it. A small, quiet riverside town with excellent access to Bokor National Park makes this a lovely place to kick back and stare at some palm trees with a cold Angkor beer in hand. I honestly didn’t spend much time […]
November 19th, 2014 Life
For the most part, we live in a frenetic, demanding, fast paced society. We plan, plot, and do. We have schedules, responsibilities, and parties to attend. We are constantly on our iPhones texting, posting, and emailing. The mind learns to multi-task, the body takes a beating, and the heart becomes agitated. Yoga gives us the […]
November 11th, 2014 Travel
I arrived to New Delhi in the middle of the night which is exactly what every guidebook tells you absolutely not to do unless you don’t mind being robbed, raped, or worse. But I’ve been traveling in developing countries for awhile and assumed that booking a taxi pickup from a guesthouse would solve my problem. […]
October 23rd, 2014 Travel
It’s no secret that Thailand is an incredible country. I bet you have five friends that have been in the last year (or you’ve been yourself). It’s a popular destination and for good reason. Beautiful beaches, a great attitude, tasty food, and so much more. Everyone loves Thailand. It’s an easy place to be. Yet […]
October 10th, 2014 Portrait
A few months ago I had the pleasure of photographing the lovely Galen Torrey after she completed her teacher training with my favorite YoYos. Having recently moved here from NYC, Galen wanted a mix of urban and nature images to characterize her new home. For the former, we hung around Tanner Springs Park in Northwest […]
October 8th, 2014 Travel
About five years ago I was laid off from a swanky art director position in NYC, which was only the BEST THING THAT EVER HAPPENED TO ME. So much has changed since then that my life in New York feels like it was all a dream. In the last few years I’ve been to 11 […]
October 3rd, 2014 Life
I am not tall and leggy. Nor am I a Lululemon ambassador. In fact, I’m not even a yoga instructor (though I will be in two months). But I still post those damn selfies.
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