PostArctica: I Googled Sandals

PostArctica: Printemps

I may have said this before but it bears repeating… I once had a problem photographing something in terms of composition, or maybe it was just attitude, in any case, I advised myself to just go in like Friedlander shooting cacti. And it has very much become a part of my personal aesthetic as I ...

PostArctica: Magic – The JAM report #4

Lots of new faces at the Jam last night and many new connections were made, ideas shared, and, of course, some great music! First time Jammers Craig Girardin, Marie Andree Joly and her daughter (whose name I forgot to write down 🙁 ) brought a delightful energy to the room with some cool rhythms and ...

PostArctica: Fictional Characters in Public

For me Literature always tells us more about the human condition than does our history books so there is something wonderful and enlightening about bringing the great characters of fiction to life in local ways such as the Bloomsday celebrations in Dublin or the statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in the Plaza de ...

PostArctica: Fictional Characters in Public

For me Literature always tells us more about the human condition than does our history books so there is something wonderful and enlightening about bringing the great characters of fiction to life in local ways such as the Bloomsday celebrations in Dublin or the statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in the Plaza de ...