See Madrid Day 1 here! On my second day in Madrid, I decided to be a bit more artsy. Madrid is home to several amazing art museums. Not least among them are the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Prado National Museum. Simply put, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum has everything. You can find art from the 13th century... Continue Reading →
On my second day in Paris (see my first day here), I started my morning with a dive into the murky depths of Paris: the Catacombs. Beneath the streets of Paris lies a passage of tunnels lined with bones beyond counting. The Catacombs hold so many skeletons that they even made designs out of them.... Continue Reading →
Rome may be the most famous city in Italy, but Florence is often considered the best Italian city to travel to. It is a city of amazing history, architecture, art, food, and shopping. Florence centers around its famed landmark, the Florence Cathedral, commonly referred to as Il Duomo (the Dome) for its massive dome, which... Continue Reading →
Follow the Light is coming soon. I have completed the final edits. All that leaves is the cover art. I have a few issues to work out: lighting, shadows, and general smoothing out. But I hope this will pique your interest.
Whether you're a writer, a painter, or a musician, you never know if you're any good until you've made it big. Sure, your friends and family tell you that you're talented, but of course they do. They're meant to support you and they would never tell you that you're bad even if you were the... Continue Reading →
The Hermitage Museum is so large that it would take years to view it in its entirety. There are over 3 million works of art on exhibit, and just imagine how much art is stored away. So obviously I can't show you the entire museum. Instead I wanted to take you along on my journey as... Continue Reading →
I haven't yet published my second novel, but I'm currently editing my novella and I thought I would give you an excerpt. Here's a little taste: "Surrealism has faced a bit of a decline. There aren’t too many Dali’s wandering around with minds as curled and twisted as their Hungarian mustaches. People obsess over the... Continue Reading →