If you're nostalgic for the hope Gorby offered and mourning his passing this week, Meeting Gorbachev is a moving and thoughtful documentary.
Beyond the Missouri Sky has been comforting me for twenty-five years.
I travel for the experience, not to be weighed down by stuff, so I consider these to be essentials.
A simple project that had me trying to see a small piece of the world as Van Gogh might have seen it.
If the places we've been no longer exist, does part of ourselves go with them?
Cities are still the best deal around for networking and cultural opportunities...
The most common city view, is perhaps, the postcard-friendly middle distance. Too close to see the city's vast scale, but far enough away that the eye still has room to roam. Follow this link (or click on the menu above) for a small sample of middle distance urban photographs I've taken since 2005.
Walking reassures me of the limitless nature of creativity.
Walking, like creativity, starts with a risky venture into the unknown.
For all the stereotypes of urban isolation, the city is an intimate experience, if you embrace it and allow it to embrace you. It's not always friendly, no place is, but it always offers something new. Click on this link (or go through the menu above) for a small album of photographs exploring the city…