Ok. Apparently, despite my good intentions awhile back, when I last posted, I did not follow through with updating and posting on this site again.
I can’t promise things like that it turns out. Maybe I’ve become ADHD in my old age, or gotten much lazier, or an even worse procrastinator, (hard to imagine that would be possible, the answer is clearly yes) but it seems that this personal site has been superseded by my Facebook and Instagram pages for ease of updating, and people who actually see my posts.
So if you like my content, you probably might want to follow me on those platforms. Even though, currently, I’m in a fallow period as far as photography. I am still being productive however, and I hope to make more content available soon.
I have turned my creative energies toward continuing my quest to play guitar, and hopefully, if I continue to improve, will be recording my efforts and making videos utilizing my own music as backing track. Perhaps I’ll even video some performances eventually.
Here’s a recent effort posted to YouTube and Facebook. If I actually manage to follow through on creating these complex multi-media concept pieces, I may even create a new YouTube Channel.
Here’s my tongue in cheek description:
I recently discovered some archival footage and audio recordings providing a unique insight into life in the Hokendauqua Delta of eastern Pennsylvania during the mild winter of ’23 as the country reeled from the record jobs numbers and low unemployment brought on by the moderate policies of the Biden administration.
It was a bleak and troubled era from which documentation is rare. Not much is known about the anonymous filmmaker or the ‘musician’ on the tapes. We do know from the voice over, that the singing dog was named George.
Disclaimer: This presentation is offered with the usual content warning for images and sounds that may elicit strong emotional reactions.