Thursday, November 20, 2008


My string of portraits yesterday was capped off with the honor of sitting down with Lou Frydman, a Polish Holocaust survivor. He was first imprisoned at 12-years-old in April, 1943. Both his mother and father were murdered, along with the rest of his family numbering up to 40 people, save for one brother. Now, a retired KU professor, Lou continues to account his experiences in Germany to classrooms and lectures.

Oh Celia

How you make me long for the arid Andalucía coast. Celia Smith paints acrylic landscapes and interpretive scenes of her home region of Málaga, Spain.


No New Post November. Wow. Sorry everyone, I fell off the map for awhile. There are some major changes happening in my life. Most of you probably already know, but it's taking up a huge portion of my time in planning and preparation. As things unfold and solidify I'll continue to post and keep everyone updated.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Invisible Scars

a multimedia story published today about an Iraq veteran with PTSD.

Check it here, please.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Scary Larry

The start of a friend's fixie bike race on Friday.