Monthly Archives: September 2007

Back to School

Images inspire me. I hear stories in the really good ones. Combined with something brilliant written on top of them, some images can catapult me into another dimension. That Warhol poster to your left, one that any college freshman can … Continue reading

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Give me a ticket for an airoplane…

…I ain’t got time to take no fast train/Oh, the lonely days are gone/I’ll be comin’ home/My baby she wrote me a letter… Great song, great singer, great photo. Actually, Joe looks a little like the “Child Catcher” from Chitty … Continue reading

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Represent. Word.

As I begin my search for representation, I am constantly reminded that all of my ideas and hard work can easily end up lost in the ether, or regurgitated back to me like spoiled meat. It’s a painful recollection, and … Continue reading

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