As if Millions of Voices Suddenly Cried Out

Carrie Fisher was a beloved actress for her role as Princess Leia. Leia was an inspirational character. She was a badass woman. She could handle a blaster. She literally choked the life out of her captor, Jaba the Hut, with the chains that he had used to imprison her. She backed down from no man, … Continue reading As if Millions of Voices Suddenly Cried Out


Balance Part 2

Balance. That is important when managing bipolar. Balance is the key to recovery. Balance is the goal of recovery. Balance is what I strive for daily. Work/life balance is a tricky thing, especially when it comes to managing bipolar. Having racing thoughts is one of my most prevalent symptoms, both with hypomania/mania and with depression. … Continue reading Balance Part 2


“How do you know something bad isn’t going to happen?” – Marlin “I don’t.” – Dory “The train, it won’t stop going. No way to slow down.” – Jethro Tull I have just started a new series of prints that deal with my experience living with bipolar. This series of self-portraits mostly depicts the manic … Continue reading Balance