A tid bit from a work in process

Prologue: I like drawing maps. In particular, military maps. I like studying how battles were fought. So, I began drawing several iterations of a fictional conflict between two neighboring states. As the drawings progressed, I decided to paint the region as well. This led to the development of the government, culture, and geographical features. EnterContinue reading “A tid bit from a work in process”

Relatable Scenes: Mechanic’s Shop

The clerk typed away at what looked like an old Dell keyboard. Her laptop sat perpendicular to the monitor she was watching. Periodically, she’d glance down at her calendar and yellow notepad. The notepad was nearing the end of its life expectancy with only two or three pages remaining until the cardboard on the bottom.Continue reading “Relatable Scenes: Mechanic’s Shop”

Christianity’s Easter Egg

Just south of E80 in Istanbul, hidden beneath Küçükçekmece Lake, and away from the hub of the city, there’s a cave. The entrance is blocked by boulders and kept under observation by obedient servants. In the ComSub, Ahmet carefully navigates the lake’s floor. A grizzly man of forty with equally grizzly stubble, Ahmet has usedContinue reading “Christianity’s Easter Egg”

Back to Writing

A huge shoutout to my girlfriend, Anna, for gifting me five books on writing. Screenwriting in particular. I’m not the best at it, but screenwriting was my favorite class in college. Props to Teal for his honest critiques and casual vibes in the room. Since beginning my business as a freelance videographer, I’ve gotten backContinue reading “Back to Writing”