A R T & S P O R T
From the field, the stage and at the desk...
Each of these men have trained rigorous hours in their craft.
All Artist Interviews
Since April 2020
a writer during his mid-life crisis
Naturally, I read a lot of plays. The ironic thing about reading plays, of course, is that they are not meant to be read. To me, the fundamental thing about a play is that a play is not something that is meant to exist on the page or in your mind, but it is something that must live in time and space. In my opinion, the best plays are the ones that can only fully function when plugged into this equation : time + space.
a portrait artist
Something important to remember too is to not let Instagram “likes" determine what you make. Make what you want to make. You should be dictating the content of your work. The number of likes does not determine your interests, what is quality, or even what people want to buy.
injury & recovery
One of my porters “says oh sh*t!” and in midair I only hope to have enough rotation that I don't land head first upside down. I end up landing back on the dry stage, missing the water, taking all the force to my face and chest. I slide unconscious into the water.
All Sport Interviews
Since April 2020
To me, each martial art is a philosophy: a perspective on life as well as an approach to fighting. They provide different ways of understanding the world and solving problems. I bring them together in my own personal view as seems appropriate for what I am doing at any given time. Ultimately, martial arts is the lens through which I see the world.
There are differences between hunters and jumpers. Jumpers should be careful go fast and clean and execute tight turns for speed. Hunters on the other hand should go around on a rhythmical canter...