Writing has been a significant part of my life since around the age of eight. There's a distinct memory of pressing, "I hate myself," over and over into a notebook. To that end writing has always served as a way to express deep feelings. The deepest feeling then was hate. The deepest feeling now is trust.

There may be notes written as if they're addressing a larger audience. That's because being on stage and commanding an audience has also been fundamental to my experience. The same eight year old would dance to the Lion King soundtrack, pretending to be on stage.

There is a deeper love than writing and performance.

Pursuing That has created a certain kind of enchantment over experience. Certain ideas about the world have dissolved, leading to an ever deepening love and appreciation for life just as it is. This journal explores what it's like to live in that space.