There are new ways of seeing.
Let me show you how.

Vita brevis, ars longa

As a poet, musician, photographer and author, I find great satisfaction in helping my artistic and creative clients to think differently about the creative process, the philosophical and theological implications of artistry, and the role of the artist in culture at large.

Inspired by my creative heroes, as well as by my own experience as a creative artist, I help my clients to get the most out of their gift, and to overcome major personal objections while creating the conditions for their talents and gifts to shine.


I’m looking forward to meeting you! This initial consultation will be a chance for us to get to know each other better, and I’ll also be able to answer any questions you have about philosophical mentoring. In the meantime, here are a few commonly asked questions:

Our initial consultation will be a chance for me to get to know you better and for you to ask any questions that you have about the creative mentoring service or my work and/or mentoring style. 

Absolutely! When you select a time on the schedule, simply click “Add Guests” and add the email address of any friends, colleagues or family members whom you’d like to join you on the call. 

Each session runs for between 60 and 90 minutes. I usually schedule my clients for 90-minute blocks to allow for greater flexibility in our sessions.

My current rate for a 90-minute mentoring session is $140 USD. Having said this, I want to make it clear that I am always open to negotiating with my clients so that I can meet their needs. Please do not let the cost dissuade you from reaching out for an initial consultation; the service I provide is more important than the financial reimbursement I receive. 

I offer mentoring sessions either online via Zoom or in person at the Villa Del Sol in Fullerton or Tustin Music Centre in Tustin, California. I am generally open to travelling throughout Southern California to meet clients, though extra fees for fuel/travel may be required. 

Resurge iterum, Humanitas!