Trial and Error

Frustration arises easily in trial and error processes and that’s perfectly alright, as long as we remain in touch with our passions and don’t let a few frustrations demoralize us.

Amour, Amore, Askim

I developed a love for languages prior to leaving for an exchange study period in France two years ago.

Guarding Naïveté

I guard my naïveté because it allows me to see a world without limits.

The Blues

This post is dedicated to some of my photos which follow a common theme : the colour blue

City in the Spotlight: Nantes

I have decided to start a weekly column on gathering some of my favourite photos from cities that I have visited, with each week focusing on one city. I thought Nantes, France would be perfect to begin my column since it was in Nantes that I developed a passion for photography. Welcome to the Nantes…

De Botton’s Art as Therapy

This book, created as a textbook, provided me with some great new insights but best of all, introduced me to a few new artists which are now in my list of favourite artists.

Welcome Back Pastels and Paintbrushes

I didn’t think I had a natural gift because I felt like I couldn’t draw a masterpiece on cue unlike others but I knew that it was something that made me feel fulfilled.

On Writing, Dreams and Reality

I’m a dreamer. Can a person be a realist and a dreamer or is the dread of reality too much for us to bear on our happy, lustful shoulders?