It’s easy for me to find myself escalatingall my senses to keep up with the rush of innovation. It constantly comes into view on one screen or another, something again, has changed. The velocity right now is mind-boggling, the volume of conferences at this time of year, April and May was something I hadn’t prepared for and I wanted a part of all of it. Sleep is an unfortunate chore. I wish I had the freedom to just skip it sometimes, I have so much to do. I don’t wish I were younger. I’d just like to stay my age for a few decades.
Big Batteries, indie band for Red Bull Music Academy, with thanks to Alexander Wang
I’m ten days out of my second cataract surgery.My eye scratches, wells with tears suddenly, and I don’t look into it yet, close-up, in the mirror as I shall.
My right eye. My left was done eight months ago. “Oh, don’t worry, “ said the non-medical world I encountered. ‘My sister was at the movies the same afternoon. My uncle went out for lunch straight from the hospital.” Not me
Eight months before we were satisfied the left eye had settled, and it was time to work on the right. I’ve had a life of eyes. But I’m not here to tell that story I want to talk about photography and design, taking photographs daily,