“I like to remember things my own way —
How I remembered them. Not necessarily the way they happened.”

—Fred Madison (Lost Highway )

We all share the same world but we all experience our own universe, each with its own laws and rules. We continue to look for intention in each universe, even if it doesn’t have any.

Storytelling is a means for sharing and interpreting experiences, and our perceptions are shaped by both academic and professional experience in the behavioral sciences, anthropology, and sociopolitical development.

Insightful perception shapes the narrative of a story in a way that creates a self-reflexive space, tricking you into holding up the mirror and believing it’s someone else.