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Six days in Maine

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    These photographs were taken in April, 2007 while I was in Maine for six days. They cover a fairly diverse range of subject matter, but I feel they all capture something special about each of their subjects.


  • Nebraska
    In June, 2002 I took a cross-coutry road trip with my best friend Scott and his brother, Tim. We drove from Portland, Maine to Santa Rosa, California and back in 11 days, with two days spent at the Grand Canyon. These are some of my favorite images from that trip. All of these photos were taken with a Creative Labs webcam. I will post more in the near future.

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Sunday, October 19, 2008


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I have a question for you, why is your self portrait so angry? Were you in that sort of mood when you started it? Are you raging against something in particular?

That looks like it's going to be a very powerful painting!

I must admit, as a writer, I quite often find myself going through a very similar process. Most of my doubts occur during the outline stage, when I most definitely do not feel as if I'm working on a novel! In many ways, it is the hardest and most important part of the project -- and yet it feels very removed from the act of novel writing. It's quite cold and analytical, whereas writing the novel itself is almost visceral, I suppose.

strange picture

Yes, very cool!!! "Probably because it wasn't... yet, it was a drawing on a canvas"...

Cool!!!! why so angry.


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