Marfa, Texas is like no other place. If you go to Marfa, something unusual will happen to you, I swear, because Marfa is New York Art Scene meets Cowboys meets UFOs. For me, it was meeting a real Texas cow boy with a pirate eye at a bar lost in the middle of the desert. Continue reading “A Strange Night In Marfa (Texas)”
Detroit is the city of the future. Henri and I stayed one week at an urban farm in North End where we had the chance to experience what’s great about Motor City today. Continue reading “Detroit, B Side – How I fell in love with Motor City”
The Ringling is a huge building complex that was originally built in 1927 for John Ringling, the owner of a circus empire who was also an avid art collector. But the art lover/entrepreneur, who actually made more money through real estate investment, saw his empire fail after the Great Depression. His art collection and legacy were eventually donated to the University of Florida. Continue reading “Slow Life in Florida – The Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota”
Last week, Henri and I stopped for a few days in Jacksonville, FL because we had to get some serious work done. It might seem obvious but it wasn’t when we left New York : if you’re trying out digital nomadism it’s easier to get some work done in a city, as opposed to a State Park or any remote area.