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On Foot: Brooklyn at the Center for New Music, SF – Oct 21st@8pm

Craig Shepard and Beth O’Brien will be doing their 45 minute “On Foot: Brooklyn” performance with projected video, live music, and playback of field recordings at The Center for New Music in San Francisco on October 21st at 8pm as part of the sfSoundSalonSeries. Performing with Larry Polansky, David Kant, and Andrew C. Smith. We will be followed by Annie Lewandowski and Tim Feeney performing with short films by Michael Ashkin.

Craig Shepard’s Trumpet City: Park Avenue – Summer Streets 2014

Craig Shepard’s Trumpet City: Park Avenue will be performed with 91 trumpets lining Park Avenue from 45th street to 72nd street on August 2nd, 2014 at 11:30am.  I am very excited for this performance!  I made a short video with my iPad of the last performance along the Aare River in Bern, Switzerland last summer which you can watch at Craig’s Trumpet City site. The Bern performance was such a wonderful experience.  I jumped into the icy cold river and treaded water while the fast-flowing river carried me past the mostly hidden trumpets on the banks.  For one hour, the river …

On Foot: Brooklyn Photobook Fundraiser – April 12-May 25, 2014

Our fundraiser at Hatchfund to cover printing and production costs for a book of my photos from On Foot: Brooklyn is going until May 25th, 2014 at 11:59pm.  Please donate and help us reach our goal! On Foot: Brooklyn Photobook Fundraiser You can learn more about the project at the On Foot:Brooklyn Project Page. The following are some examples of pages I have laid out for the book.  The book will be 8.5″ x 11″ landscape orientation.  There will be some essays by Craig Shepard about the project as well.      

Welcome to the new site!

I’ve been working hard to get my WordPress site in shape.  I like this new theme and I finally figured out how to make my own modifications.  I installed MAMP so I could work locally, making getting to all the files much easier and allowing me stress-free time to mess around without anyone seeing it.  I am also slowly learning CSS by playing around using “Inspect Element”, changing things and watching what happens.  For those who don’t know – if you are on a website you can right click on any element and choose “Inspect Element” from the drop down …