I felt haunted by the film’s imagery of tender grieving and the paradox of grieving a love torn apart by unforeseen tragedy and the living with love separated from the adored one.
Through the art of film Lowery poses the aesthetic as a response of grief and catastrophe.
A Ghost Story penetrates as a poignant reminder that the blessing of our good luck is to sit in witness to an event that is possible to each of us.
Our shared humanity wants to vouch safe the journey of love and for it not to leave us ill-prepared for the space that remains in the absence of the loved one. … More A Ghost Story – The paradox of living with love separated from the adored one’. #davidloweryaghoststory
The most profound advice I ever received from my longtime friend – other than, ‘Love! one is never enough’! – Jas, aka an ex cross-dressing, gender bender with buckets of present day style was, ‘Love, who needs normal? You were born to be exceptional! You, We were born to be fabulous! In a … More Style has one rule – We are not normal, we are Exceptional!
The irony of freelance writing and pursuing time for creative fiction. It’s crazy, the busier my freelance writing world becomes, the more productive I am with my own fiction work. Go figure! But backstage my unworthiness gremlin slips in and tells me I cannot pursue busy success and write with a true voice at … More My Mumma said, you are enough. ( Fast Non-Fiction, a 1 minute read)
Melbourne bladesmith, Aidan Mackinnon loves nothing more than dedicating 15 hours or more to transforming a raw hunk of steel and a block of wood into a one-of-a-kind, high performance, heirloom knife. And creating a one-of-a-kind, high performance knife is what fuels his dedication and uncompromising creativity for his craft. Cut Throat Knives was founded … More A Melbourne Bladesmith’s one-of-a-kind love at first Slice.