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America, Seen Through Photographs, Darkly, Diane Arbus and a Gluten-Free Cake

Part of my SCAD class agenda was also this photography history course entitled suggestively Critical and Theoretical Approaches to Photography since 1945: Issues in Contemporary Art. Here, I had the opportunity more

Vietnamese Beef Pho Soup and Force of Will

Second quarter at SCAD has started almost 4 weeks ago and I am back in the game with three demanding classes to finish this winter. The rhythm is challenging, projects are due each week, with a lot of more

2013′s Twelve Months of Purpose and Meaning

Last night when the clock finally showed the first day of 2014, I couldn’t believe that 2013 is over. And I have a couple of reasons for that: first, 2013 meant so many changes for me, on all plans - more


Florilegium – Crossroads


When Dayne approaches the truth, he is like a dark cavalier on a short breed humble horse, holding in this right hand a fork full of sorrow. He is the most gabby person I know. Ready any time to jump in more

Florilegium – Own Your Ideas


As you grow, you’ll realize the definition of success changes. For many of you, today, success is being able to hold down 20 shots of tequila. For me, the most important thing in your life is to live your more

Florilegium – Acknowledgment


Recently, I started to write stories. Fiction stories, where there can be sometimes a line saying “inspired from true events”. I don’t know yet why I wanted this, and if these will be indeed stories. more

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