Chania Harbor

Bike ride along the harbor in the morning on one of our last days in Crete. Came across a small sandy area and sketched a little, watching the harbor and its multitude of… Continue reading

Areopagus Hill

I spent spring break in Athens and Crete as part of my Venetian history seminar. During my time in Athens, I tried to watch the sun rise and set from the Areopagus Hill at… Continue reading

The First

Inaugural new sketchbook sketch. Sketches and stories have dwindled drastically since I found college- but it should be the opposite, right? This was likely on the F train or some such subway uptown… Continue reading

Princeton Singer-Songwriters Showcase

    Sometimes there is heart in unexpected places. Art and music thrived in an underground  den filled with free warm cookies and chalkboards tonight.

The Weary Denizens of Amtrak

I don’t often travel on Amtrak lines or ride the train for a prolonged time, but long train tides are by far my favorite mode of travel. On visits to Boston and, most… Continue reading

Gesture Drawing Across the Age Spectrum

I love gesture drawing, and the perfect subjects for this sort of artwork are dancers and crowds. Sometimes it feels awkward when I feel people glancing over and realize that they just see… Continue reading

The Unbearable Lightness of Being- At Secaucus Junction

On my way home from Ridgewood one night, I walked towards the elevator to come on the second floor of Secaucus Junction. As often happens, hordes of business-people, secretaries, salespeople, and chaps back… Continue reading

The Roman Forum

I went on a thoroughly mind-expanding trip to Italy this April with the members of high school Latin club and the one of the most vibrant, knowledgeable teachers I’ve ever had. Magistra breathed… Continue reading

Southampton Courtyard

Visited the Hamptons this past weekend and enjoyed a three-hour walk along Coopers Beach as well as some evening sketching in downtown Southampton in a small alcove along the road. The shops and… Continue reading

Sugar Loaf Spring Festival

It’s spring, and the Sugar Loaf Spring Festival will run again from May 25-26th. Here’s a sketch from a band playing there last year- I remember the banjo.