UP!- A Creative’s Guide in Sierra Leone


Dire situations tend to bring out the best or worst, and for many of us, these moments are the molds that will cast us out in the movie of our lives moving forward. The novel Coronavirus outbreak in many ways than one is already changing the landscape of our existence, future interactions and our perceptionsContinue reading “UP!- A Creative’s Guide in Sierra Leone”

Blogging from Sierra Leone: The ‘Why’.


There are millions of narratives online about people and their stories, mostly as strangers without meeting each other we connect with these experiences as we find ourselves relating to them. The intricate nature of human existence is the simple truth that in our differences we notice familiar things that brings us to the earthy truthContinue reading “Blogging from Sierra Leone: The ‘Why’.”

Prometheus As A Role Model.


I have always had a fascination with Greek mythology. Of course for most the pantheon of Olympian deities hold sway, yet for me the primordial Titan, Prometheus held an unwavering respect in my mind. Here was a being who sided against his kind, chose to fight on the side of Zeus and then went onContinue reading “Prometheus As A Role Model.”

Cape Sierra Leone Lighthouse


Built in 1812 by the British, during their colonial occupation days in Sierra Leone as a beacon for sea vessels to shore. The Cape Sierra Lighthouse is one of the historical landmarks found in Freetown and naturally doubles as a great tourist destination and a site for romantic couples. Located at the tip of Aberdeen,Continue reading “Cape Sierra Leone Lighthouse”

Cosmic Logic


She was a swift one, graceful like a cheetah in custom high heels you couldn’t take your eyes off her, in her gaze men found demise in their lust to own her as a trophy yet they were left petrified permanently piqued medusa tinged brazilian hair flowing way below her nape accentuated her shapely hillcutContinue reading “Cosmic Logic”