correspondence from a friend

Love in Bali – Feature on Pacific Weddings Love Notes

Love in Bali - Feature on Pacific Weddings Love Notes

Very grateful for our Bali styled shoot to be featured on Pacific Weddings Love Notes Blog this week!  We were all very excited to have the opportunity to pool our creative resources and produce this shoot.  My very talented cousin, Beverly from Life at Studio B, my good friend Seewah from Uluwatu Surf Villas, and […]


so… where were we now…

the old blog doesn’t end.  but the new one starts here. now is not the end.  it is not even the beginning of the end. but it is perhaps the end of the beginning. ~ winston churchill so.  a new place.  a new look.  i’ve come to a place where i’ve had to upgrade to […]


Graeme Sykes – March 10, 2010

Hey did you here the bad news, Canadian actor Corey Haim kicked the bucket today. Apparently a drug overdose. Age 38. I googled him. He starred in a couple classics, which may be a little before your time, whippersnapper. So if you haven’t seen The Lost Boys, go rent it. Best movie of ‘87 in […]


a pigeon story – Graeme Sykes

Now for a number of years my house was home to a little old lady. She was lonely. No family and few friends. Not very mobile. I suppose her boredom lead her to befriend the local wildlife. She fed a stray cat, who still comes around often and is actually quite nice. She put out […]


Graeme Sykes – response – convincing ourselves

As children we took direction from our parents. As adolescents we sought our own direction. As children we made small mistakes and our parents dusted us off. As adolescents we made big mistakes and suffered the consequences. Now that you’re an adult, you long for childhood, when life was simple, not painful. Most of the […]


Graeme Sykes – November 10, 2006

I just finished my first Kurt Vonnegut novel, Galapagos. I enjoyed it. Usually I don’t read Science Fiction, at least not since I was a 15 year old pre-pubescent day dreamer. Galapagos is unlike 99% of science fiction though, it confronts modernity head-on with an abusing rationalization of accepted logic interspersed with timely tidbits of historic […]


Graeme Sykes, November 10, 2006 – Because it’s Monday, and about Two Years later

I just finished my first Kurt Vonnegut novel, Galapagos. I enjoyed it. Usually I don’t read Science Fiction, at least not since I was a 15 year old pre-pubescent day dreamer. Galapagos is unlike 99% of science fiction though, it confronts modernity head-on with an abusing rationalization of accepted logic interspersed with timely tidbits of historic […]


Graeme Sykes – August 19th, 2005

As noted in “the beginning” [Oct 7]  I mention correspondence with my friend and colleague, Graeme Sykes.  I thought it only fitting to explain – by sharing – the words of my friend that have helped shape me as a person and artist.  I hope you find his mind as extravagent and elevated as I […]