New haven — I am going to a new school next year. I am psyched! And nervous. Very, very nervous. It’s not like I’m going from elementary to middle with all my friends. No, no, no.
New haven — To the man on the street: how are you? are you hungry? please come in. it would be a pleasure to have you. yet how? has anyone said that before? have they? your words can change your life you know. s...
New haven — I’m not saying that this is not true. But some people simply accept their being, without asking why. Why? That is the question. Next time you walk down the street, look around. Ask why, why to everyth...
New haven — I’m waiting for the commuter train at the New Haven train station, which is almost 100 years old. My stop is New London, CT, just 50 minutes away but the board reads Harrisburg, PA. I have to check wi...
New haven — Architecture students are up night and day preparing for final reviews. In the midst of the terror of unfinished models, unliked projects, and inadequate concepts, the snow distracts the students from...
So this is the Ocean.
Why the heck did I do that?
Click. Clack. Clickaclackaclickaclackaclicaclaca.Clack. Clack. Clack.
To the man on the street
Most people never ask how everything came to be.
Most people wordlessly accept the Big Bang, simply because someone says so.
Yale pub course winding down
They did it. They killed the split-flat.
Yale publishing course, 2014
Ghost in the Machine
Yale students and New Haveners wait for trains to New York at the end of the semester
Snowy day, first of the season. View from the Yale School of Architecture down Chapel Street.
Dusk in the heart of fall: it's not just the James Gamble Rogers buildings that look great--it's Church St. too.
Yale and pub.