as you may notice this is a new website. everything i used to own was somewhat lost in cyber space. truthfully they might be somewhere between a file on hardware or they exist floating digitally on a cloud. somewhere.
welcome to my new story. a completely brand new beginning of documenting my way through life via the arts.
i know that a lot of my previous written post shared that “i need to remember to use my website” or to publish on my website often.
truthfully that is a more serious realization now. there have been so many new life situations to happen to me since my recent posts.
it hurts to lose a lot of my content but i’m ready to write all new chapters. i might end up recovering the data but who knows. i know that the longer i go without sharing my story the more anxiety i build up. it helps to let this out intimately on my website.
i live in Las Vegas now i guess. im making art and developing websites for a certain selection of people/artists. i am a professional curator. i’ve been working with a ton of artist for over ten years showcasing their works along side mine. this year i was able to showcase my friend’s works at one of the most anticipated music festivals in the south.
i curated the indoor backstage hanging art with the Portculture team at The Buku Music + Arts Project. Also known as Buku Fest.
i need more time to think. my life is a series of memories. all of them are really delightful. i have been compartmentalizing my time to wander more and to be inspired. i am unbothered. i’ve been aimlessly walking around soaking in LIFE.
overcoming flying was a real milestone for me. truthfully i’m excited for what ever is next on my plate. haha i don’t really know. i have many ideas id like to turn into reality. some things i know but i don’t want to say on here just yet.
im thankful for the ability to look back on time and the places i came from. i can see the level of growth that’s taken place. the story has been massive. i could only imagine where all this experience will take me.
haha wow its such a honor to have my work permanently applied onto someones flesh. that always ALWAYS trips me out. thank you Brandon Beam.. you’re really the greatest of all time for this one. it looks amazing.