Backlog: Interview with Emily Pettigrew

Art Deco, Maine, marriage; we talked about it all in my recent interview with artist Emily Pettigrew. Emily was born in Maine but now lives in New York City. She hold a B.F.A in Communications Design with a minor in Art History from Pratt. She often paints in more harmonious neutral shades of green, browns and whites. What’s your day job? I work in Manhattan … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Emily Pettigrew

Backlog: Interview with GFOTY

During my interview with GFOTY this past summer we discussed her love for the culinary arts, her past relationships and her odd phobia. GFOTY (Girlfriend of the Year) is based out of the U.K. She was one of the primary founders of the record label “PC Music.” She has been regarded in many ways and is arguable seen as more “human” than her PC Music … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with GFOTY

San Francisco’s 9 Most Fun & Unusual Things To Do

San Francisco has all sorts of things you never knew existed. While in the city this weekend I took part in an eating contest, navigated a labyrinth, and even visited a burned down bath house. 1. Have you ever had a taco made with sourdough bread? I didn’t think so. Boudin Bakery was established back in 1849 by the the son of a French baker. … Continue reading San Francisco’s 9 Most Fun & Unusual Things To Do

Backlog: Interview with Ali White

Some time around Spring of 2016 I spoke with Ali White about the mythical nature of her art, feminism, and her use of varied mediums. Ali White creates art made with anything from felt to paint. She is based in Brookyln, New York and holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Okay. First I … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Ali White

Adamson House & Getty Villa Prove to be Worth a Visit to Malibu

Yesterday my boyfriend and I traveled down to Malibu. I had told him that I’d take him on a date but it was mostly for me to be honest. Adamson House Right on the Pacific Coast there’s a house that was built in the early 20th century. Although pictures aren’t allowed inside, the outside alone is in a breathtaking Spanish Colonial Style. In the 1920s … Continue reading Adamson House & Getty Villa Prove to be Worth a Visit to Malibu