Profile of a New Orleans Artist

June 1, 2018

I began painting while receiving instruction from a local community center artist and teacher shortly after graduating from college. I developed some sensibility for abstract expression from a former teacher on Oak St., Miriam Lilje, and her studio – Atelier Mimi. One of my favorite painting projects with her started out as a realistic image […]

Moving to New Orleans

June 1, 2018

Open my eyes See freedom in front of me, Humidity and knowledge given for free. I was the story of suburban man, I was ignorance I was in shadow I did despair. But knowledge is freely given To those who seek it without fear. And ignorance can be cured, Once in darkness, I now dwell […]

“Very, Very Gray”

June 1, 2018

As a New Orleans movie enthusiast, I’ve been following the goings on of local group Timecode: NOLA ever since their Super 8mm contests a decade ago.  I entered one – it didn’t go well. They’ve gone on to produce collective films like Where Y’at? Hello!,and Humidity, but have also worked with individual filmmakers like Jason […]

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