Ercolano e Oplonti

Welcome to 79 AD. A Villa in Ercolano. Stepping into Ercolano is an experience to behold. Firstly, one is greeted by the modern city of Naples, stretching up on all sides, laundry fluttering in the breeze and cars zipping through narrow streets. Then ones eyes drift down, seven meters to be exact, from the modern … Continue reading Ercolano e Oplonti

Capri by Land and Sea

Throwing it back to one of my first weekends in Southern Italy, nearly nine weeks ago, brought me on a quick day trip around Capri and Anacapri with the rest of the students at Sant'Anna. P.S. the views from the top of Monte Solaro weren't too shabby. You could see the world from up there! … Continue reading Capri by Land and Sea

Daily Life in Sorrento

"Benvenuto, you have arrived in Naples, Italy. Enjoy your stay." My twelve week adventure abroad has begun! While taking four courses over ten weeks through the Sant'Anna Institute - Sorrento Lingue in Sorrento, Italy, I am most fortunate to experience life from the immersion of staying with a host family. Each evening, they provide me … Continue reading Daily Life in Sorrento

Banff, Alberta

Welcome to Banff, Alberta. When I first crossed into the vast expanse of wildness, the Wild Rose Country of Alberta presented itself with infinite panoramic views and mountains that never fail to take your breath away.   Whether you're adventuring one of the three alpine ski resorts or hiking one of the endless trails in … Continue reading Banff, Alberta

Vintage Summer

Timeless Polaroids have taken the world by storm in twenty-eighteen from basic Instax to modernized styles to refurbished polaroid cameras from way back when. These classic and one-of-a-kind photos were the original Instagram, snapshot, and frame that documented memories in the form of an instant photo. I decided to compile the polaroids that I took … Continue reading Vintage Summer

The Golden Circle

Here's to a pit stop in Iceland after a Mediterranean adventure! Sophie and I flew in to Keflavik International Airport at an early two in the morning and stayed in Hotel Borg in Reykjavik.¬†After weeks without a proper hearty breakfast, a morning full of eggs, bacon, potatoes, and traditional Icelandic skyr prepared us for the … Continue reading The Golden Circle

NYC Cityscape

In a city of over eight and a half million people, taking on the great city of New York can be a daunting task...at least on your own. Along with some of my favorite views of the west side and downtown Manhattan, I'll walk you through some top spots to visit and the best way … Continue reading NYC Cityscape

Montana to New York

The time flew from my first step as an infant to last night in my bed as an adult. The time had come to embark on a journey of self-discovery and growth. The time had come to leave for college in upstate New York. Many would have viewed the 2,000 + mile road trip as … Continue reading Montana to New York