Mimes, Koans, Feet, and Dolls

Between 2002 and 2005, I mimed a lot. Not on stage. Not for compensation. It started as a way to make my friend Amy’s college photography assignments more interesting. (The above pictures are not hers, they are a Warhol inspired collage I made of a picture she took of me). Although she took pictures of […]

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Bacteria: Who’s in Charge?

  “Happiness and bacteria have one thing in common; they multiply by dividing!” ― Rutvik Oza “A person’s a person, no matter how small.” ― Dr. Seuss, Horton Hears a Who! Does that apply to microbes, pray tell? 90% of the cells within us are not ours; they’re microbes.’ Demodex mites frolic amongst our eyelashes, peacefully eating dead […]

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SEVEN THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT LIFE by playing Words With Friends

Seven Things I Learned About Life by Playing Words With Friends (DEFINING Words With Friends: a “Scrabble-style” game that can be played through Facebook on a computer, or on one’s own phone, using  a cell phone app. Overall Objective: Players exchange turns forming words horizontally or vertically on the board, trying to score as many points as possible for […]

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