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Kate Wolf Festival

2 July 2014

Joan Baez and Kate Wolf FestivalThis weekend I attended the annual Kate Wolf festival in Laytonville, CA. Kate Wolf was a folk singer song- writer who unfortunately passed away from Leukemia. Her family started the festival in 1996 in her honor to carry on the tradition of Kate’s passion and life’s work.

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FEATURED in Womens Surf Style Magazine and come to Costa Rica with us!

6 May 2014

A few months ago I wrote a blog post called 4 Reasons Surfers Act Like Assholes. Many of you responded positively to the article and encouraged me to send it into a few surfing publications. I pushed it out to a few and to my surprise Women’s Surf Style magazine asked if they could print it. I was really excited and although they asked me to take the expletives out of the title, they left the article largely in its original form and published it in the latest issue. Additionally, the magazine learned I was a musician and asked if they could feature me as their selected artist for the May issue! I was completely honored by this request and of course excited to oblige! Women’s Surf Style is distributed at all Barnes and Noble locations as well as in every Abercrombie and Fitch store so hopefully you can find a copy near you! Otherwise it is also available for viewing on-line.Link to 4 Reasons You’re Not Feeling the Love in the Lineup!4reasons

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New Music Video and Highlights from SXSW!

30 March 2014

Good morning!  Just wanted to send out a message to let you know our newest single Fly Free is out! You can find it on iTunes and Amazon, I hope you take a minute to check out the Chryzma mix which is our newest mix and one of my personal favorites! We are also excited to share with you the music video from this release as well!

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Idyllwild International Film Festival Best Music Video 2014!

13 January 2014

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A Love Letter

30 December 2013

We can not change our past, but we can change our future. 

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Why I go to Burning Man

6 September 2013

Everyone I meet who has not attended Burning Man seems to have this question. Why do you go? I am not sure I can adequately describe in words why I go, but I am going to give it my best.
This year I literally ran into a man in the middle of the Playa, where our crashed bikes lay tangled he stopped and asked, “Can I give you some free advice?” I answered yes and he continued to tell me to look not for how the default world differs from Burning Man upon my return but to take back with me the love and glory it represents. He said to share it everyday with the people I meet and to be that piece of Burning Man that shines on the world. Believe
Burning Man is not a festival, it is not a party, it is so much more than what can be captured in a still image or a casual conversation. Burning Man is the universe glaring back at you forcing you to see yourself. At times this can be painful and uncomfortable. You can become overwhelmed with emotion and frustration. The feelings are pulsing and palpable. There is no where to hide at Burning Man. Not from yourself, not from others. The truth shines down and you have take a look at who you are and who you want to become. Other times, it is absolutely magical and you feel as if you may actually float right out of your body with joy and abundance. You dance between all of these emotions and at the end of it, you are grateful for the knowledge and growth that has taken place internally. You take this magic back to your reality and you mix your worlds up like you are baking a wonderful new cake. You just hope the recipe is right this time. To me this is Burning Man. It is a social experiment meant to help us be better. Or maybe it is just a festival in the desert. This is Burning Man and this is why I go!
Burning Man 1

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25 April 2013

Welcome to the all new!

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