Hey Seattle locals!
I will be showing my paintings, photography and taking mini family Christmas portrait sessions tomorrow, Friday, November 14th at Ballard Healing Arts
8314 8th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117
for those who visit me during the Art Up PhinneyWood walk tomorrow. Terry will also be giving free mini reiki sessions to those who attend.
Hope to see you there! 🙂
(Somewhere in the 90’s)
A different moment
lights your soul
for a little while,
But the flame only burns
When his smile
In front of you
Inhibitions let go
And you are his
And he is yours
And there is no one
In the world.
One of my favorite models
I think too many people assume ADHD is an “invented” or “bogus” diagnosis. I assure you; it’s not. This young man captures exactly what it’s like to have ADHD. I know because my brother was diagnosed with it as a child, and I often spent time tutoring him to make up for what he wasn’t able to learn in class. My brother wasn’t slow. In fact, he was, and still is, quite quick witted. He just didn’t have the attention span most kids did. He preferred to run laps around the classroom or get into some mischief (as most little boys do). I often used to tell him he should be an actor, because he was so good at improv and making up storylines to act out for our entertainment. He just wasn’t able to sit still long enough to write essays and complete math tests accurately.
Now, having been a producer in the entertainment and advertising industry, I am positive he would have excelled in my industry- …just like many other celebrities with ADHD. I’m surrounded by some very talented people with ADHD. It can be an asset once you learn to manage it…which is well illustrated in this video. “Max” (aka Josh) is going places.
For more information about ADHD and ADD, please read this. You may be surprised at what you might find.
I just got news that one of my favorite models, Ryan, will be working as a real model in one of the Hollister stores in South Florida over the Christmas minus shirt style. I’m glad to have been the first to photograph this handsome lad.
The legendary rock pioneer died today at the age of 71. I listened to him endlessly as part of my initiation to the east village in the 90’s. Love you, Lou. This calls for a youtube Sunday morning mix. Enjoy.
Remember these brave men in the fire house next door to my east village apt
the dust covered people walking home in shock
running to the blood banks to see if our blood type is what they wanted…
stuffing socks in the window corners to keep smoke from entering our apt
the deafening silence but for sirens and engines …
of mobile mortuaries..
and how all of New York City became brothers
helping one another.