Spaces: Is Bigger Better?

I want a bigger house. And I want a bigger yard. And a bigger play room. Bigger is better right? Perhaps not always… This small “tree house” in the mountains of West Virginia that was built by photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz and is made mostly of repurposed old windows had me thinking… read more

See: Annie

Last weekend I took my girls who are 6 and 4 to see Annie and we adored it. I know it has gotten mixed reviews but I wanted to let you all know that I thought it was precious and the music was co catchy and fun that we immediately came home and downloaded the whole soundtrack… read more

Photography: Anais & Dax

There is something about these images by photographers Anais & Dax that perfectly captures the serenity and solitude of the winter. I was just discussing with a friend the turning inward that happens for each of us during these long cold months. There is a peacefulness to the slowing down but also a slight sadness in the… read more

Go See: Men, Women, and Children

As a parent raising children in this technologically overloaded world I can’t help but wonder how the web, smart phones, iPads, and video games will change the landscape of our most intimate relationships. “Men, Women, and Children“ is the newest film from Jason Reitman (best known for his films Thank you for Smoking, Up In… read more

Art: Motion Pictures

I started swooning the moment I saw these animated photos taken by Jeffrey Lewis Bennett. He’s a traditional wedding photographer who takes incredible photos but something about the subtle movement in these animated images makes them so special. They are a stunning marriage of art and technology.

The Power of Dance

Last night I was catching up on recorded episodes of “So You Think You Can Dance” and fell in love with this Sonya Tayeh choreographed contemporary piece. The dancers are magical and I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the TV for even a moment while they were on stage. The dance is about losing a… read more

Art: A View from Above

Sometimes from up close our world can look so scary. Jarring, fast-paced, and frenetic. It’s tough to see the fine details as car goes whizzing by and people shout when only inches away from each other. But then we step back a little, look from a distance, and get some perspective on what the picture… read more

Art: Clark Little’s Ocean Views

One of the best parts of living in Greenwich is our easy access to the water. We live a short 2 mile bike ride to the town beach at Tods Point. For me, there is nothing more relaxing than being near the water. Photographer Clark Little who lives in Hawaii does a spectacular job of… read more

Art: Abandoned Beauty by Niki Feijen

We as humans are creators. We tinker and toil and make things – sometimes permanent and sometimes ephemeral. Dutch photographer Niki Feijen has become obsessed with capturing the decay that remains once we have abandoned some of our most majestic creations. Feijen has found the places where people have walked away, time stands still, and… read more

Art: Finding Vivian Maier

The story reads like a mystery novel. After being born in New York City and growing up in France, a young woman named Vivian Maier was a nanny caring for children in Chicago for forty years. She was never seen without a camera but no one ever saw a developed image during her lifetime. It… read more