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This is my sanctuary of creative expression, where all of my creativity flows and forms into photography, writing and so much more. This is my refuge; the place I call home. Always moving, shifting, changing. I create whatever comes forward from my heart, from a place deep within me where all is found, where I remember, where I am free.
I invite you to dive deeper, to get to know me better through my work.
It is my honour to share it all with you.
Thank you so much for being here as my witness.
With so much love & gratitude,
EXPLORE SOME OF MY LATEST WORKS
i dare you:
try to tame me
try to tame this wild, burning flesh...
i do not want to sleep
for i will wake up alone,
the light of a winter morning
streams through my window,
the stillness of silence
of an empty home
where you should be.
Mortem Eclipsim - She is an eclipse, a radiant beam of light, a shadow-dancer whose feet trace the earth like the women before her.
i am a temple made of gold and light bound together by prayer
This is a call to spirit, I am open to listen...
A poem for the wild women of the world
ON THE BLOG
Photos from the launch and book signing event for Danielle Murrell Cox's colouring books BLACK QUEENS and BLACK KINGS in Montreal, Canada.
Photos from a beautiful morning with this beautiful newly formed family.
an ode to wild hair - my dreadlock hair care routine
This is a call to de-stigmatize self limiting beliefs and ignite the fires in our bellies. Let us free ourselves of shame and walk forward empowered!
Years come and go, faster and faster it seems. This year, I am spending my time in South Florida at the turn of the new 2018 year. And like with every end, comes reflection. I feel like it's so easy to forget everything I've done, accomplished and experienced in a year, so I'm going to use this opportunity for just that: review what happened in 2017.
I'm always looking for new ways to deepen my own self-awareness and understanding, so here it goes... 30 THINGS YOU PROBABLY DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT ME
A candid sharing of my anxiety and depression story.
October 6, 2017 - All my life I have always wanted to really be seen. I yearned for my music, my art, my drawings, my words to be felt. And to somehow know that what I have created affected someone - that they, too, understood what it meant.
Marcy and Paul's beautiful countryside wedding
I woke up this morning with a yearning to escape somewhere to be alone. To go back into the arms of the forest and trees. Back into the Spirit Realm where everything is clear and calm.