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From the red deserts of Morocco, to the dark, fogged in streets of
London, I have traveled the world soaking in both landscape and history
to create a tapestry of collective memory. When I write, I pull constantly from
this web of ideas; scraps of lectures, newspaper clippings, long lost vistas, the
sensation of a soft touch, the distinctness of foreign smells. Through my
craft I am concerned with stimulating all of the reader’s senses, bringing
to life the world and future I have constructed. My writing serves to show a
possible destination, a possible vision of where we are heading. Though
disturbing and dystopian, my vision is one that brings out the essence of the
human experience; the choice to fight oppression or to submit, the choice
between what is right and what is wrong. My characters, like most of the people
I have met along my journeys, are not so clearly defined. I choose to examine
their experience delving into the swirled gray shadows that exist between
the world of good and evil. Prepare to be wholly consumed.
A person with a clear, distinctive, and specific view of the future.
Through the lens of the past we can see the future. What happens to a world
doomed to repeat its mistakes? Though destruction continues to surround us,
A vision of a society characterized by a totalitarian government drawing power
from repressive social control systems, an absence of individual freedoms, and a
state of constant warfare.
I present a series of possibilities. We, in our human vulnerability, have the capacity to
create and destroy society as we please. How can we counteract this human affront? Inferno, my dystopian novel, is an interpretation of the problems we face as a society.
The ability to simultaneously stimulate multiple elements of human sensation.
No single medium, no solo act, is enough. To be human is to see, feel, hear, taste, and
smell all at once. I weave a web of creative collaboration to wake your sleeping senses. I present different arts and talents in a unified front. Enjoy the vintage jewelry of the Isabelle Collection as well as the haunting art prints of artist Dave Kinsey.