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Plot point

Influences/Inspirations The films of Krzysztof Kieślowski continue to have a profound impact on me.  The Decalogue and The Double Life of Véronique are especially close to my heart.  I’d go as far as to say that I literally identify my sensibility, as a person as well as an artist, with the themes portrayed  in them and the general tone…

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Purpose driven wander

My favorite wanderer. Rob went along with me last fall on a exploration of an abandoned and haunting place I was drawn to and had to photograph.  That project is finally starting to evolve – working title, “Once Upon a Time.” Thank you for accompanying me in the discovery of an unlikely beauty.   FacebookTwitter

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Insightful Portrait workshop this weekend

Last chance to register for my Insightful Portrait workshop this weekend at IS 183 Art School of the Berkshires. “When I say I want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I’d like to know them.  Anyone I know I photograph. ” – Annie Leibovitz The quote above by Annie Leibovitz goes to…

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Christin Couture’s -The Nearest Faraway Place

Christin Couture is a visual artist – a painter.  With a mystic-like sensibility, she contemplates the world around her and colors it dreamy, or witty, or mysterious, or  mad-science fantastical and often all of the above.  Working solo or collaborating with her husband, 3-D artist William Hosie, Christin’s work is a meditation on the organic…

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Beyond

The last two weeks have been challenging. Physically, emotionally and creatively. Forced by circumstances beyond my control, I had to retreat for a while. I’ve rediscovered sleep and the benefits of doing the minimum. We all need some form of help when healing. Touch is magic. Back to the process. Back to work. This morning…

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Remain

WHERE DO YOUR DREAMS SLEEP NOW Where do your dreams sleep now where do your fears nest where do your hungers growl A planet falls out of the hand Where do your snows nap timid fawns curious hares gentle doves stubborn paths every evening I lie down at their side           …

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The Tenderness of Things

The elusive past. The unwritten. forgotten, swept under the rug kind. Is there really any other? And yet all it takes is one glance at a little photograph. Taken so long ago it will elicit scratching of the head even for those who might have something to say about it. Something gets stirred. Awaken. A…

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Glimmer

At last a small breakthrough. Something is beginning to come into view and though I still cannot fully comprehend the form or the meaning, I trust it. This pairing finally opens up for me a way in. There’s few others I’ve discovered that I sort of ignored for about a year. I’ve been thinking a…

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