Weekly Photo Challenge: Vivid

Reading Time: 1 minute To me, holding a camera feels like searching for a reminder of those real and metaphysical places that you pass by like a passenger. Because it’s not nylon that holds the camera to my body, it’s nostalgia. It’s that sweet pain that comes before the shutter closes on a flooded river, and reminds you of a place eight thousand two hundred and fourteen miles away. Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Vivid

Reasons I write Noir: Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and the Pathology of Loneliness

Reading Time: 5 minutes I was a high school sophomore when I discovered the words film noir. Words that encompassed vast works of literature and film that still hold a special place in modern literature and film. Taxi Driver (written by Paul Schrader and directed by Martin … Continue reading Reasons I write Noir: Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and the Pathology of Loneliness