Monthly Archives: August 2014

Self-Reliance (Thoughts and Reactions)

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson  Self-Reliance, one of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s best known pieces of work, is a very thought provoking piece of literature. … Continue reading

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Exploring Alfred, NY

For my Foundations Form and Space Relationships class I’m taking in college, my teacher wanted us to go out and explore Alfred and just experience the beauty of it. She wanted us to document our adventure with pictures and put … Continue reading

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TED talks Simon Sinek — How Great Leaders Inspire Action (My Why and How)

The golden circle is an astonishing thing, not only is it an effective marketing technique, but it also directly correlates with the set up and thought process of our brain. Looking through the three sections of the golden circle, from … Continue reading

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Achromatic Self Portrait

For my Foundations Form and Space Relationships class I am taking at college, one of our first assignments was to draw an achromatic self portrait. After finding out the achromatic meant, I put my best foot forward and tried my … Continue reading

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DMAgeddon

Inception is one of my favorite movies of all time. The idea of what is reality is actually really mind-boggeling. The fear it brings of what is real and the possibilities you can manifest throughout the idea of this movie … Continue reading

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