Author Archives: Hellin Kay

My Mom Masha

My Mom Masha left us peacefully Thursday December 15th 2022 at 9:48PM. I was there with her holding her hand until her last breath just as she had asked me to.┬áMom had suffered from dementia and Alzheimers that began years … Continue reading

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Fall 2022 Reading List

I’ve been on a reading binge the past few months, working my way through that never ending stack of books by my bedside that never seems to shrink because I keep ordering and finding new ones faster than I can … Continue reading

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Aggressive Femininity

Recently an artist I admire and respect described my photography and film work as “aggressive femininity,” which she meant as a compliment and I took it as such immediately.  Not in any particular order, I’ve been called a bitch, a … Continue reading

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Jim Ruland Comes to the Mountain

Legendary punk writer Jim Ruland is coming to the mountains! Saturday May 14th at 5pm he will be at The Faktory, 2551 Hunsaker Drive in Running Springs California, signing copies and reading from his recently released book, Corporate Rock Sucks: … Continue reading

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Director Reel, 2022

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New Music, Molchat Doma

I’m a little late to Molchat Doma but am obsessed regardless. They formed and released their first album in 2017 and their latest Monument came out November 2020. The band is Egor Shkutko, Roman Komogortsev, and Pavel Kozlov, from Minsk … Continue reading

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New Music, Petite Amie

I love the new tracks off the upcoming album from Mexico City’s Petite Amie. Their self-titled debut comes out October 1, 2021. Video for “Elektro,” is above. I’m already addicted to “Interludio,” and the track “Vraiment,” has a slight Portishead … Continue reading

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Things I love, August 2021

Just a few of the things I have been swooning over the past few months. This Portland Leather tote is my new go to for my laptop, books and notebooks for meetings and travel. I love the company ethos, their … Continue reading

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Abby And Emily Go To Chicago!

So excited to announce that Abby And Emily Go To Palm Springs, the film I wrote, produced and directed in 2019, which we finished in 2020, is being screened in person at the Reeling 39th International LGBTQ+ Film Festival in … Continue reading

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Magic On The Mountain, Crestline California

There is a magical little place in the San Bernardino forest where lots of cool things are happening. Crestline California is a small town (population roughly 10,000) that sits just below Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear on the same mountain. … Continue reading

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