Catch a glimpse of what might be going on in my mind..


There is such a huge storm in my life right now.. I’m glad that there is hope.. I can hold on to hope.. Over the last year, living has been something that seemed like the most arduous task.. There are still days where I feel like dropping everything and quitting and running away.. I know that that really isn’t an option but it seems so tempting at times.. I’m working really hard make my life something that will be worthwhile some day.. And these last 20 months or so have been such a huge challenge but I need to get through this.. I have faith that I can.. Here is to the future..

I’m still fuming and I dint know how to wind down without being destructive..

I hate my dad and wish he was dead.. I hate him so much

Monday Monday Monday.. Its hard but lets do this..

My dads behavior towards me makes me so sad.. He just looks at me with hatred and disgust..


Tim Lampe’s Deliciously Strange Project Documents All The Ways You Can Consume, Display, And Enjoy Ice Cream Sandwiches

As summer winds down for many of us, designer Tim Lampe can say it was the summer of ice cream sandwiches. Because, for him, it was. The Atlanta-based creative started anInstagram project titled #SummerOfIceCreamSandwiches (and subsequent Tumblr) that documented all of the ways you can consume, trap, store, and display the delicious sweet treat. It’s a silly series that might make you hungry. 

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Re-worked , relocated and ……….relax.

Back tracking slightly ,just before the Norwegian adventure, we de-rigged The Fungi Fairy Ring from Kew Gardens in Richmond in late April.

Three of these clusters were carefully transported and installed in the majestic Wakehurst Place landscape .

The ‘Morel Fungi’ are sited under an enormous Beach tree in Coatswood, high up on the ridge with views to the wild meadows and woodlands below.

The ‘Horn of plenty’ in the shadow of a Huge Yew in Westwood Valley.

The ‘Boletus edulis’ at the very feet of the colossal Redwoods in Horsebridge woods.

The other images are of some of the 20 plus sculptures previously installed there and other recently commissioned works around the gardens .

These link together a trail of woven plant forms, which seem to nestle in to the landscape here so well.

Its the largest collection of my work to date at a truly wonderful venue, so get down there! …and can I have a lift too please?