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A Rash of Random Photographs That For Some Reason I Haven’t Shared Here – Baltimore, April 2015 …

TODAY    CAMERA OPERATOR, NORTH AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUES, APRIL, 2015, BALTIMORE     THOMAS ROBERTS, MSNBC JOURNALIST AND GAY ACTIVIST    STILL TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT COLOR EYES I HAVE DURING TENSIONS IN BALTIMORE. NO one can ever accuse me of NOT being versatile, especially in times of crisis!  Very difficult to photograph your eyes.       […]

The Day My Mother Died ...

Actually Sixteen

Less than a week after my mother’s death, a friend of mine, Linda, whose father was British and mother, Irish – Catholic – stayed with me and documented the aftermath of death. Just found this while opening doors to the past.


Profiles: Sweet Sixteen – Forty Years Later

I don’t often attempt to analyze my art work, mostly because I suck at analysis. However, I recently found this photograph of myself when in high school and when my friend and I roamed freely around the art studio there, having access to a 4 x 5 camera, among other goodies. (CLARIFICATION: I have a […]

Art Short Stories

The Artist’s Den

The Floor Where I paint and make things. The Garden The Unmade Bed The Desk The Garden Center The Garbage and Recycling Center and The Broom Without a Handle The Music Center The Closet The Table Next To The Unmade Bed The Window Protection Against The Elements The Foundation Where everything begins … THE END