I am always looking for the next great adventure, whether it is an afternoon on the University of Oregon Campus or a month in Kyoto’s gardens. As I transition from student to “young professional” I want to preserve this spirit and share it with a wider audience. For now, I will be using my favorite mediums for understanding landscapes: sketching and writing. However, I am always excited to bring new tools and perspectives to my practice.

Kongobu-ji Pond, Mount Koya, Japan


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. kate
    Jul 25, 2012 @ 08:52:04

    Logan, Discovered your site while culling through images of pioneer square – wonderful work! I love the breadth and movement of the content you’ve posted. Wanted to reach out and say hello, and also to let you know I linked to you on a post I wrote about the public space controversies around places like pioneer square/ occidental in Seattle. My background is in urban planning and real estate – will keep an eye out for your next work. Warm regards, Kate


  2. Holly Simons
    Sep 15, 2012 @ 08:53:28

    Hi Logan,

    I found your blog searching for drawings and paintings of the University of Oregon. I work on campus and I’m curating art for a new space on campus. I’m interested in talking to you about your drawings. Please contact me!


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