What Waits Behind the Windows

A boring portrait – a subject placed in the center to die – a building deteriorating like the quality of this photograph – no. A girl – young, but with an edge – she looks strong, yet also like she knows she is weak – we only get a glimpse of her life and wonder what... Continue Reading →

Dear Brett Easton Ellis

On August 24th, 2014, Brett Easton Ellis wrote a piece in Vanity Fair describing millennials and those in their 20's – the children of the late boomers and early gen Xers – as “Generation Wuss." When I read “Generation Wuss,” by Ellis I was overwhelmed with frustration to the point where typing seemed incredibly slow. There should... Continue Reading →

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