It is my absolute pleasure to welcome you to my repository of writings, published articles, photos and press coverage. I moved to California with the intention of joining the media side of the green revolution. My journey has taken a few unusual twists and turns – I learned how to make Hashish from Master Hash maker Frenchy Cannoli and grew an insane garden on my rooftop. Of late, I am refocusing on my writing and creating content. This site is where it is all compiled and archived. I hope you enjoy :).
DECEMBER 04 2017 After washing three different plants last week - Icer (bred by R-Kiem Seeds), Bloodwreck, and Rosetta Stone (bred by Gea Seeds), I feel myself getting back into the groove. I squished hash today to make uniquely flavored hash rosin. Pictured here...read more
NOVEMBER 27 2017 I strive to approach life like making good hash rosin; moving methodically with consistent purpose and always putting my best fot forward. Details like filling the bag to the edges and the method of folding parchment paper really do matter and make...read more
NOVEMBER 26 2017 Dank for the sake of dankness...because the sun shines with no apologies to the clouds. I walked into this hashmaking game totally fresh faced and a bit reluctantly, but I definitely wanted the opportunity to write for a magazine I had read for...read more
OCTOBER 31 2017 Living in Miami Beach, Halloween was always a big deal. Lincoln Road would become an endless river of new, bold, personal expressions that usually bordered on the extreme. Although the people pressed upon me was a bother by the end of...read more
OCTOBER 03 2017 I am not going to lie...I am excited for all of the amazing days to come. I woke up yesterday to see this absolutely beautifully written articie about...Me! My garden, filled with Spanish and Mendocino genetics was featured on the Cannabis Now...read more
OCTOBER 02 2017 Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of teaching an exclusive hash class at @greenflowermedia‘s studio. I had most of my tools and instruments n hand. At its core, hash making is fairly rudimentary – cannabis, buckets, sieving screens, water and ice....read more