The sights and (visual) sounds of a Jamaica (festival). October 5, 2013 Gregory, Texas Immaculate Conception Church The goal of the event? To raise $150,000 to help build a new church. The old one was ruined due to major flooding in the area. FYI, I won a carrot cake in the Cake Walk.
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Portlandia – too good not to share.
I think I have become addicted to herbal tea and Big Red gum. I know this by the time spent looking online at caffeine-free green tea options as well as the three wrappers of gum on my desk. After battling annoying allergies for a few days I thought, “I want to drink tea”. It just […]
I did it! I walked to the bus stop near my house (only about 1/2 mile). Took a bus to the MetroRail and then boarded the train. Austinites have complained about the rail not being used, but it was packed! I’m guessing it’s not really utilized as much for times other than getting to and […]
The moon has been amazingly awesome the past few days and nights. One morning I woke up and headed to work to find the moon huge! I couldn’t believe it, a full yellow moon in a deep blue sky. It was breathtaking and beautiful. I’ve seen it almost every night and morning, full and now […]
Painting: Reaching – Acrylic on 16″ x 20″ panel – 2012 The glare on the top of this image bothers me, but after several photo shoots (at different times of the day) I have given up. A writer friend recently called me “restless, always restless, ever since I’ve known you”. I had just been talking […]
On Friday, May 4th, I was asked by my awesome friend Julie S, renowned Music Editor from the Austinist, to photograph Sarah Jaffe at The Parish. She has some amazing pipes and while the band was so-so, her voice carried the show – at one point singing Shut It Down a cappella. It was a […]
On Friday evening I got to go to Gallery Black Lagoon’s First Annual Juried Black & White Photography Exhibition. Twenty one photographers were picked to be featured, including my great friend Jennifer Litterer! The opening was packed and it stayed that way all night. I was happy to see such a big group as well […]
A photographer came through Austin to photograph some rollergirls. From what I understood, the goal was to capture a rollergirls personality through the image. So we were asked to bring something (if anything) that portrays who we are. I brought a painting. I didn’t mean to look so sad… The photographer is Kyle Cassidy. Hopefully, […]