I’m proud to announce that my first book, IMPOSSIBLE CONVERSATIONS is finally published! Three years in the making, it has been a true labor of love. Comprised of a series of fifteen faux interviews with infamous art-makers of the twentieth century, the book not only concerns art and (pop) culture, it also explores relationships, technology, mysticism, darkness and light, fear, scandal, comedy, the absurd, and more regarding the human condition….Without further delay, here is IMPOSSIBLE CONVERSATIONS! Available now, HERE.
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