A monthly newsletter where I share creative practices and processes. 


 Welcome To Be Here Now is a monthly newsletter where I’ll be sharing practices and processes. Many of the things I often keep to myself (and the depths of my archive), waiting for the right moment or to have enough time to polish them. I’ll be focusing on ditching my perfectionism and connect with those who connect with what I do.

There will be 12 newsletters, released every full moon of 2022.
Why every full moon? As reminder to stay connected. Also, the full moon is a time for culmination and fruition, surrender and release.

Monthly newsletter
Self Initiated



40 days of drawing

I started the year with 40 days of drawing. Just like morning pages, the practice consists in drawing 3 (A5) pages first thing in the morning for 40 days. I created a few prompts which allow me to be consistent, yet present every morning. The sense of continuity of the practice is something really worth trying. It keeps me focus, and it helps me to create resilience and flexibility in my creative practice overall.

all 120 drawings

a sample of daily drawings


Mundane Magic

An on-going series of open ︎︎ meditations

As reminder to pause
As a reminder of simple beauty - all around
Staring at what simply happens in front of us.
In depth.
Until hypnotized,
Nothing and Everything.


Contemplation is underrated, but in my opinion it is an art form and a practice.
As well finding beauty in the mundane. Mundane Magic is an on-going series
focused on the practice of contemplation.

Regardless of how you might, or might not connect with it I wish
they remind you, to tune in with your own sense of contemplation to find
moments of magic for yourself in these uneasy and unpredictable times.


WIP photo series.

This is a work in progress series. The images were captured while staying in Lanzarote over 3 weeks earlier this year.

Partly captured in an exercise of contemplation. Partly captured in an exercise of portraiture of nature, stones and myself (within this environment). Lanzarote brought my imagination to an utopian world. Warm and wild, dry and empty. There are almost no trees, almost no agriculture crops. Very few people. There are volcanos, and lava stones everywhere. I see them as sculptures, and in this world art can be experienced with all our senses, we can smell it and touch it. There are so many stones that I now connect to them as living organisms. I wonder if they can feel, breath, think? They must, I believe. Can they shape-shift into another body, being? And over time, as I walk over them, can we transfer our bodily qualities into one another? As I sit and lie endless hours on them, I get their heat, even the marks of their shapes on my body. What do they get from me, I wonder? Can our bodies merge into something new? What would that look like? A new skin, stone skin.

[In the Past] My body carried stones inside for some years, many years ago. The repercussions of that invasion were rather traumatic, they stayed locked in my cognitive memory till not too long ago, and weight deep in my physical body for way too long.

[In the present] Perhaps it is time to befriend those stories and let my body be, free of fear. T.B.C.



Reflection + Website release

The In Between. A place I had struggled with in the past. In between interests, in between jobs, in between roles and skills... At times, The In Between was addressed to me as a place that is not professional or serious enough to be considered. With that, I felt confronted and often lost, in a space that is not black or white. But over time, I made peace with external opinions and realised that The In Between is actually the place that I feel most identified and comfortable with.

That's what is at the core of this new website.