Just a creative guy looking to get his hands dirty. Working as a designer in Oakland, CA and Charleston, SC, I get my inspiration from my surroundings. The most vital ingredients are the people I meet.
Random trivia, Pavlov's dog, awkward moments, and food.
My pirate mouth.
Do what you love, and waking up every morning gets easier.
Anyone that pursues a chosen path, in spite of their fears.
Movie trailer voice over.
Anyone's face throughout my life. (Names... forget about it).
The importance of personal time.
Ivan’s CreativeMornings activity
Stanfield Gray Oh S*#T Moments
Sarah Adams Cut Yourself Some Slack
Charles Carmody We Are Infinite
Transparency Food & Bev Panel Inside the Restaurants & Bars
John Park & Marcus Amaker Embrace Weird
Angela Mack Three Types of Love
KJ Kearney Broken Systems are Working
Will Altman Wrangle Your Superficial Fears
Dudley Gregorie Adapting with the Inevitable
We should be the parents of our future, rather than the offspring of our past.
Truthfully, Connection is greater than Separation. Are you at a place where you are ready to bloom with this. Are you at a place where you are willing to risk and grow, and be even more beautiful, to realize that connection.
Separation is no longer an acceptable risk.
Take the risk of connection. Let go of the risk of separation. We need THAT.
Today and going forward, the risk of separation is so much greater than the risk of connection.
Are you separating and defending yourself, isolating yourself from feeling, from hurting? Have you kept yourself from beauty? I hope not. Because you all are the designers, the artists, the authors, the builders. I hope you take that risk to stay connected to beauty.
Isn't the true measure of risk, 'Life' itself?
One of the things that's so cool about 'RISK' is that it's a concept, a verb, and it's a feeling. And if you don't get in touch with that feeling of 'risk', I don't know if you're living.
John Zinsser Connection is Greater Than Separation
John Zinsser Teaser: Risk; It Has to Start Singularly
Paul Roof Crossing Over