We’re going through another heat wave here in Boston and I am over it. I’m ready for fall and fall clothes! In the meantime I’m staying cool with simple, breezy outfits. Bonus points if I don’t have to wear a real bra. This floral romper has been one of my go-tos, it’s super comfortable and…Read More
From left to right: 1) A hand painted Matryoshka doll I bought in Saint Petersburg. 2) Saint Basil’s in Moscow may be touristy but man is it beautiful! 3) Visiting Tolstoy’s grave. Yes, I cried. A lot. 4) Little Celina, big church. The biggest in Moscow in fact. 5) Heading to the Russian ballet! 6) Domes on domes on domes.
Today I turn 25. I know that isn’t very old. In fact, my friends at the nursing home I volunteer at would tell me to get back to them when I’m 90. But I believe there’s some wisdom to be had at all ages. 24 was a big year for me. I left my corporate…Read More
One of the many perks of being an art reporter is that my job photographs beautifully! I shot this “reporter style” look at a new mural by Silvia Lopez Chavez. You can read my article about it in The Bay State Banner. I kept my own aesthetic simple, black and white with textural details, to…Read More
Boston has an extensive collection of graffiti and street art; the trick is being able to find each piece. Art Walks Boston offers walking tours of the public art in Boston’s South End, Mission Hill, Fenway and Jamaica Plain. The tours provide education on the artists and their processes as well as, let’s be real,…Read More
From left to right: 1) Surprise! I’m in Russia for the intellectual pilgrimage I’ve spent the last decade preparing for. 2) Life on the edge is more interesting. 3) The Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg. 4) Have you seen my post about Tops’l Farm? 5) Beautiful collection of national artwork at the Russian Museum. 6) Making sure I get my reading…Read More