I am so grateful – I got to hang out in New Orleans for a week with the best boyfriend I [will ever] have (ever had). Here are some scenes.
My main objective (in life) was to photograph as many beautiful and unique houses as I could. Here are a few of my favorites: Continue reading ““Everything in New Orleans is a good idea.””
I feel now that I am in control of my own life.
I am not seeking to control by force the circumstances of my life, but I am an active participant in its creation. Continue reading “Life is Beautiful – A Movie by Taylor”
I’ve been improving my user experience of life manifested.
And I’m trying to explain this un-languaged experience in words that other humans can understand.
Continue reading “Intro to User Experience”
*Picture is not mine. From a real estate listing.
If you are ever in my company, I’m sure you’ll hear me say, “That’s so my aesthetic.”
Everyone keeps asking what I’m talking about when I can’t stop talking about my aesthetic. Continue reading “Home Is Where the Soul Is”
I keep wanting to caption and preface all my photos with “this is a work in progress” – but months later it still doesn’t feel finished. I don’t think this pursuit is ever completely finished.
Everything should always be works in progress. I am a work in progress, forever and always.
Continue reading “Is Everything Always in Progress?”
I took a week off from work after Christmas – it was my time to intensely develop my internal and external worlds and bring them into as much harmony as possible.
It went okay, but left even more questions unanswered and ever more items on Taylor’s spiritual, physical, emotional to-do list.
Continue reading “Everything’s a Mess, but it’s Christmas”
Okay, after this post, I can finally get out of November, finally move on from Fall, maybe even catch up to Winter, though that feels like it’s nearing its end too.
The bedroom changed again (and it will again, and again, and again):
Continue reading “This Should Be It for November”
One of my worst habits is the delay between taking photographs and getting around to publicly publishing them.
I will be struck by inspiration and rush to find my camera. The moment will be captured and then pass. And weeks will go by before I transfer the photos to my computer.
Continue reading “I’m Still in November”