I considered titling this post “writing and feeling things”, because that’s what is going on at this moment. Sitting at home, allowing myself to feel a lot of things I would very much prefer to not be feeling. Angrily, I began writing and spewing every thought and word that entered my brain, a stream of…… Continue reading going on, despite…
Owning a custom, one-of-a-kind dress is something I’ve always dreamed about. Nay, fantasized about. How extravagant would it be to roll-up to an event, and when someone asks where your outfit is from, you can reply “Oh, it’s custom”. OK maybe I’ve been watching too much Real Housewives (there’s no such thing as too much),…… Continue reading Announcing a Positive Publicity Collaboration with Fite Fashion
“I’m one degree of separation from you baby, don’t be patient. Say my name,” Cries out lead singer and guitarist Sarah Phung of Richmond-based band Frames in Stay. The debut EP, Cursed, is a short and sweet selection of songs written about fleeting crushes and broken relationships. The band is signed to Philadelphia-based independent record…… Continue reading An Interview with Frames
Picture it: your birthday is rapidly approaching. You have a group of friends you are celebrating with, and despite your best efforts, every restaurant you look at to make a reservation is completely booked. Or maybe you want to do something entirely different. With experiences now in Philadelphia, Eatwith is your solution. Unofficially referred to…… Continue reading Eatwith – Have a Dining Adventure in Philly
Philadelphia indie rock group The Poms invite you to hit the dance floor with the release of their new single “Dance With Me,” out today. The high energy song comes nearly a year after their first album and brings the band’s dance/rock vibes to a whole new level. “Dance WIth Me” will keep your head…… Continue reading The Poms: The Pomegranate is the Forbidden Fruit
First Philly Finds of 2020, lessss goooo. I came across these beautiful yarn flowers while strolling through the city one Sunday, and had a slight suspicion I knew who they might be by. And luckily Philly’s resident public art expert Conrad Brenner had the full story behind them. They were made by artist Lace in…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 12
Welcome to a new year and a new decade, friends. My first post of 2020 will be a collection of memories from 2019, which serves as a reflection and as a reminder of where I want to be. Specifically when it comes to photography. I’ve recently been inspired by the photography of Italian photographer Cristina…… Continue reading a gallery.