A Walk in the Park

The Voorhis family recently hired me to spend an hour or so with them in Hubbard Park, capturing images of them together in a semi-organized way. This was instigated by Liz’s mother, because the young family is shipping out to Morocco, where Liz will be teaching math at an international school, and mom (and Liz) […]

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Kill Your Darlings

“Kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler’s heart, kill your darlings.” ― Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft King’s recommendation to writers came to mind recently, as I was preparing a small (10 works) exhibit of my landscapes for inclusion in May’s Art Walk. First […]

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Montpelier March

Today’s Women’s March on Montpelier brought the largest demonstration in memory to the capital (the Burlington Free Press estimated 15,000, SevenDays 10,000), clogging traffic in both directions on I-89. The weather was warm for January (just 35 degrees), and the gathering was a colorful, energetic display of free speech, full of music, Muslim rappers, a surprise […]

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Montpelier Panoramas

With the generous assistance of Ashley Witzenberger at Montpelier Alive, I been able to make a few forays up steep ladders, past spiderwebs and ancient clockworks, to the top of the Montpelier City Hall tower. The goal was to capture a series of panoramas of Montpelier – one for each season. Technically, each panorama is actually a vertorama, because it is shot in […]

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