October 8, 2013 § Leave a comment

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Waiting For A Bat’s Colony Night Flight, Contemplating The Affects of Tornados On Bridges Before They Happen, Austin Texas or Between Destinations Determining A Moment, Fauntleroy Ferry, Seattle Washington

February 13, 2013 § 3 Comments

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Cinema As Thought or In The Space Waiting Generates, Broadway Ave. Capital Hill, Seattle Wa.

January 2, 2012 § Leave a comment

Outside The Madkin Apartments, Seattle Washington

Outside The Madkin Apartments, Seattle Washington

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September 8, 2011 § Leave a comment

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October 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

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Insomnia #47 Sheraton Hotel, Vancouver, Canada

Open Your Oaths [videobook] ver.2.0

September 17, 2010 § Leave a comment

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A multi-media presentation of the photobook.

All these images are shot in b+w and where made primarily in New York, but also Boston, Chicago, Miami, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Tokyo and Wenatchee and in the last 18 months–mostly.

While viewing the multi-media versions of these books one must imagine that one is in a dark communal space, and the projected images are on a large screen with the volume either high and clear or lo-fi mixed with ambient sounds of the venue. or  if you are within the wonderworld of  headphones, imagine it is you walking these streets thru these places and hearing all these things; and in the case of this piece in particular, due to the soundtracks nearly constant subterranean bass rumble and thrum which acts as a link to all these places in mood and tempo as a underground river system unseen and constant.

from latest book Project: Open Your Oaths. first draft: B+W R colors Ore From Oblivion. draft version 1.0 or a lengthy trailer.

September 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

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A multi-media presentation of the photobook.

These images where made mostly in New York, but also Pittsburgh, Wenatchee, Miami, Seattle, Chicago and Tokyo and in the last year–mostly.

While viewing the multi-media versions of these books one must imagine that one is in a dark communal space, and the projected images are on a large screen with the volume either high and clear or lo-fi mixed with ambient sounds of the venue. or  if you are within the wonderworld of  headphones, imagine it is you walking these streets thru these places and hearing all these things…thank you.

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