Hello and welcome!!
I am a wanderer that grew up in a suburb of Nashville, and have been exploring the world ever since I left home to go to college. I currently live with my husband, Nik Daum, in San Francisco where our apartment is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the two largest parks in the city. I am also an architect, a sewer/quilter/knitter, a bike rider, and a nostalgic journaler.
For some reason, I think it is important to document daily life. It started with traditional journal entries and film photography in college, and eventually grew into digital photography and this blog when I moved to Thailand with Nik in 2008. Now this website has connected me to a network of curious people around the globe and has become a resource for everyone. It is a precious piece of my life, and I hope you do enjoy it.
Thanks for stopping by, and please com back soon!!!
PS. If the blog and city guides aren’t enough for you, check out 366 Objects. It is a project I started in 2012 where I photograph and tell the stories of physical objects in my home. The goal is to recognize the significance of everything around me.