Drunk on La Croix

An investigative report into why La Croix be blowing up these days especially wit dem womens. Check out the video HERE!

The Living Bones

Tucson hit 110 degrees every day I was there.  A whirlwind week of scavenging like a surface critter from one air conditioned respite to the next, suckling water from a big gulp with an obsessive intensity that carved out half my time in Arizona and placed it ceremonially in the bathroom. I had more friends…

West 82nd St.

My grandmother was one of the deepest influences on me. Every time I go to New York City, I make a requisite pilgrimage to her old apartment. Here is a VIDEO of my trip there this time around and a short piece I wrote to go along with it. ~ The apartment is gutted now,…

Los Angeles Tryptic

I moved down to L.A. for the same reason everybody moves to L.A. To follow my dreams. From the glitterati outside the night clubs, to all the hard working laptoppers filling the cafes, to the immigrants scrubbing the machinery, making the whole thing run, everyone in Los Angeles is there because their hopes, their desires,…

Small Towns

I made this video while huffing around Silver City, New Mexico in the 100 degree heat musing on small towns, buttons and membranes. It felt like walking through a dream and afterwards all that was left was a wispy feeling of nostalgia for something I never had and a bunch of lost footage from not…

Hunger

A conversation with my dear friend Amateo, a brilliant coach who makes his living following the golden thread of desire through the troublesome hoops between idea and manifestation. We meander through our personal findings about the dance of creativity, desire and going all the way. Check out the Video HERE! For more with Amateo take…

Fragments from Nepal

Hello Dear Ones! Here is a selection of fragments that come from my time in Nepal leading up to the Military coop of 2006. See the video from my reading in Ashland HERE. Read the fragments with additional words from the Nepal Chapters of my larger writing project below: 1.   They called the Village…

A Very Rare Kind of Two Spirit

My friend Nick is the benevolent creator god of his own planet. A wild alien with a heart of nuanced info-tracking capabilities and, oh yea, GOLD! He is one of my favorite people and here he shares about women, laughter, anal sex, creativity and being a very rare kind of two spirit… right after he…

Raccoon Hands

Many people associate autism with potential gifts. The ability to recreate complex images, to calculate mathematics, to have a new and valuable perspective on some aspect of the world. The social and emotional differences of Autism are already taboo, but what if the gifts that came with it were also? What if the autism diagnosis…

Shameless

Recently I’ve been investigating shame within myself. Emotion is the gravity of memory. It is these strong and often painful emotions that weigh down the space-time fields of our perception, determining what we remember and retain as our life experience. It is these recalled emotional atmospheres that shape us, that consciously and unconsciously define who we…

The Caves

I went to the West Bank when I was 18. It was during the second intifadah when the tensions in the world and the pulling apart of my own family along political lines drew me to want to see for myself what the truth of the situation was. I ended up working with the International…

The End of Love

Re-ignighting our fundamental life energy to overcome our addictions, family patterns and cultural conditioning to be healthy and thrive. A conversation with Dr. Gary Reiss on following our bodies and building a life of passionate calm. Gary Reiss holds an LCSW, PhD., and is a certified trainer in Process-oriented Psychology. His specialties include family therapy, sex therapy,…