Today an really cool youtube channel was created. It is called My Day with Leonard Knight. It is designed to be a place where people can upload their videos of their experiences with Leonard and his mountain. The wonderful creators even used part of my music video in their promo.

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Check it out!

And if you missed the music video, here it is again!


Wow, this is so exciting. Some wonderful people have worked together to create this lovely recording and video. I really hope this can help spread Leonard’s message and legacy!


This has been a week filled with mixed emotions. Leonard Knight the 82 year old creator of Salvation Mountain passed away. He was one of my real life heroes. He not only created my favorite place in the world, but loved everyone to truly and simply, in a way many people have never encountered before. His mantra was “Keep it Simple….God is love” amongst other sayings of similar thought.

Over the past 5 years I have visited him and his mountain about twice a year, and every time I leave inspired. Leonard has been a huge inspiration in my life. He will be missed.


Yestday I went on a photoshoot adventure in downtown Nashville with with friend and fellow artist Whitney McCombs. The adventure was full of allies, buildings, lookouts, and somehow ended in a fountain. Pics coming soon! But until then, here’s a behind the scenes sneak peek!


Mumford and Sons cover Simon and Garfunkel’s “The Boxer” and I find it magical.


So watch this…

Then if you like it, you can download it for free here!



Hope you Enjoy :)


Sol Grill. Newport Beach, CA. Photographed by: Lezlie Suzanne