I'm pretty obsessed with these Tuareg Mats, they are so earthy and powerful. This image is my friend Hassan, who is from the area and deals with these beautiful mats, and he is teaching me the differences between the vintage originals and the newer ones.Read More
SO, what's up with the pink rugs? I didn't know that they were the current "have to have" moroccan carpets of the day!
I had the opportunity recently to curate a selection of these Boujad beauties for a client that was connected via an Instagram post.Read More
As the largest and one of the driest deserts on Earth, it is safe to say there are very few places in the world like the Sahara Desert. The infinite sea of dunes all in different shades is the perfect setting to experience a unique adventure and the rhythm of desert life.Read More
I have always been drawn to objects and surfaces that bear witness to the passage of time. Even places that seem pulled from the stories of Lawrence of Arabia, Out of Africa or A Passage to India. I sit here in the the wild edge of the Sahara during a sand storm as I write this post.Read More
Beauty it morphs into something new, changing so slowly, almost undetectable to the eye. The trim in abandoned building: the paint peels, the light creeps in, and the mood changes the atmosphere and creates a beautiful moment . . .Read More
What kind of traveller are you? The kind of travellers I admire the most are the ones with endless curiosity about place, people and the lives being lived around them, even during the difficulties that may arise when you are on the road, I believe it is a trait that serves you well.Read More
As a creative and a life long traveler, I am obsessed with the details. An explorer by nature, I love seeking out the authentic, inspirational and most unique places, spaces and experiences.Read More
Tamegroute lies in the South of Morocco, just before the immense Sahara. In the Berber language, Tamegroute means "last place before the desert".Read More
Do you believe in divine timing or serendipity? That which happens so easily, and simply . . . a connection that seems to surely have been built over lifetime and space?Read More
So what is does the art of slow living have to do with me?
If anyone can relate to the ongoing insanity that is our relationship to time living in the 21st century in the western world.Read More
Simultaneously, looking both inward and outward to notice the details in the everyday and then placing them in a bigger perspective . . .to both function and nurture, all that grace this Kasbah.Read More
As I sit and watch the clock move forward, steeped in all the feelings that I feel. . . searching for that WORD, you know the one?Read More