Art only became a struggle for me my last year of college. You know when you have a professor or mentor that makes you feel like you can do anything? I had that for four wonderful years. My last year I was put to the test with an absolutely shitty professor, at first, when I … Continue reading Art, fear, and the Tahoe 200
*This is the series of events on how I remember it. Some things started to get blury from the trail so I may miss something or add it in later… or it may never have happened at all. You’ve been warned. People have asked me how Kate and I came up with the idea to … Continue reading Arrowhead 270: Stronger Together.
After the Arrowhead last year, my friend Scott reached out to me to do a painting of the Arrowhead Trail for him. Scott sent me some photos he took from his race, and I chose the one after a giant hill after MelGeorges. This is the first true piece that I was making for someone … Continue reading Commissioned Work of the Arrowhead Trail.
I’ve previously said that fear is an excellent tool going into a big race, looking back on the weekend I see my confidence was one of the variables that hurt my attempt at the Tuscobia 160. There is a balance of fear, confidence and respect during an Ultra that if done correctly, will get you … Continue reading Tuscobia 160: Hell No!