Monthly Archives: December 2012

a photographer wonders aloud (12/21/12)

I’m at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a Friday night. I’m waiting for Marieka so we can finally see the Matisse exhibition. She’s late again. It’s a good thing I love her. So far I’ve wandered through the modern … Continue reading

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12/16/12: the fading muse

I was in the middle of writing an exuberant essay about an early shoot with Twyla Tharp but after walking through the George Bellows exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, I feel the need to write a more somber piece. I’m … Continue reading

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inspiration: alexis and betheny in rehearsal

I’m stuck. It happens sometimes. After almost a year of intense inspiration, major projects accomplished, new muses; I’ve become lost and can’t find my way. So I take my pen to paper, half knowing that writing about my predicament will … Continue reading

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