Monthly Archives: July 2011

New show of mine hanging @ Café Helios

I hung a new photo show this morning at Café Helios in Raleigh, N.C. with the help of café manager and photographer Ian Dunn. The show hangs until late September and consists of eleven 20″x30″ prints of a variety of my digital glass plate work. The prints are for sale in limited editions of 20. […]

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New Website…. Up and LIVE!

Today, I’ve launched a new, updated website, in collaboration with Livebooks. If you’ve got more than a nanosecond please hop over there and spend some time checking it out. Here are some stylish bits about the new site… The site is a lot easier to navigate than the old site and there’s more content on […]

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Vivian Maier – A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.

A Vivian Maier self-portrait – September 10, 1955 – New York City I saw some of Vivian Maier’s work for the first time this spring. Her photography was discovered posthumously by a young historian while he was researching a book on Chicago. He acquired Vivian’s negatives while at a furniture and antique auction. From what […]

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Tony Schwartz : 30,000 recordings later

I had what NPR refers to as a “driveway moment” this afternoon. A driveway moment is the inability to leave one’s car after arriving at the destination because of the riveting nature of a story you’re listening to on the radio; especially on NPR. I sat in the parking lot of one of my favorite […]

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