It’s 11.11. Make a wish or forever regret it. Wishes are like lottery tickets—maybe they’ll pay off, maybe they won’t, but if they do you’ll be glad you invested. So, onward. At this point, seeing blue-haired, two-bunned, Kate Mossy birds floating around on street corners (combat boots a’ clompin’) or walking into a dive bar […]
Remember 2002? Cool, me neither. So when I found this mixtape that I made when I was 16, I couldn’t resist popping it in and seeing what I was listening to 11 fateful years ago. It serves as a cultural relic of an adolescent girl with angst flying in one million directions, lured simultaneously by […]
Lou Reed died today. I’d be lying if I said I remember the first time I heard Lou Reed’s voice. But the last time was just yesterday. His name flew around my household throughout my childhood; my dad, who in his younger and cooler days was a rock promoter, has a large, hand-drawn poster of him […]
assorted photos taken between 2007 and the present in the following places: Austin, TX; Niland, CA; Bombay Beach, CA; Shaver Lake, CA; San Francisco, CA; El Centro, CA; Alamogordo, NM; Los Angeles, CA; Half Moon Bay, CA; Grand Canyon, AZ; Monticello, NY; Bakersfield, CA; and London, UK.
I skipped a couple of weeks of playlists because I’ve been very busy with very strange new occupations. Since arriving in New York, I’ve become a yes person. Yes, I’ll write an article about GMOs for your website. Yes, I’ll part-time waitress at your Lower East Side restaurant. Yes, I’ll assist with your matchmaking business. […]
misc. polaroids from: the hamptons, palm springs, hollywood forever cemetery, “the valley,” and our apartment in los angeles.
It’s New York Fashion Week, the reverberations of which throughout the city could be a post in and of themselves, but that’s not why I’m here—I’m here to talk about BOOTS. Because it’s September 12th, and although it’s still humid and sticky and oven-y there are some autumnal vibes lurking, and the only thing that […]
A WILD FEELING Please check out my new collaborative blog project, A WILD FEELING, where my friends and I share our writings, photos, videos, art, and more. Recent posts include: Tommy Dean’s tales of adjusting to Oakland life, including people fornicating in his laundry room, holding his iPhone for ransom, and whisking him away to […]
WELCOME TO NEW YORK. (I’ve heard that a lot the past few days.) On Wednesday, I moved to New York. Well, to Brooklyn. New York City is a place that I’ve long peered at with endless fascination, a hive of both strangeness and obviousness (like, they aren’t lyin’ when they say that it’s humongous, and […]