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Plugging in to rock Untitled Oksana uses my cellphone to talk to people Jay Mike Dressman stares at me during a concert at ArtScape in
Baltimore, a huge outdoor art/music festival in the city
Happiness is a watermelon Ryan and Heather Jordan are now married, and they are still goofy Every Sperm is Sacred Inspirational vandalism I didn't want to flatten the interesting guy on the other side of my ukulele I am testing a few ways of binding my zine The corner of Westwood and Chatham-- facing East Driving Girl from L.A. checking her email on my computer at work,
and looking like the girl in Brad's picture from February 15th
One of the buildings at the Maryland Institute College of Arts Yams!! (Kimberly wants me to write that I chose to photograph the most unattractive vegetable in the produce section, but I photographed them because I think they are
the supreme vegetable-- the one that, if someone asked me what vegetable I'd want
on a desert island, it would be the one)
The painting above my fireplace Chris Freeman and I chewed and chatted at Kuba Kuba during his visit to RVA Entering an old park pool in Brooklyn to watch Sonic
Youth perform their seminal album, Daydream Nation
I spent the weekend with my beautiful sister-- here she is getting
ready before we went to see a movie in Shirlington
Watching "Hoop Dreams" for the first time in my life - excellent! I have spent the past 12 years thinking that I should photograph this small house
near my parents' home in Upper Marlboro. I finally did it-- unfortunately, I was too
late to have met the man who lived here
The Villanueva brothers (from left: Rex, Ray, Ryan) have the uncanny ability
to exhibit massive amounts of talent in whatever activity they choose to do
My new studio on Meyer Street The fishtank at Anthony/Cathy/Liz's house is pretty spectacular Kim working on some prints (Michelle in the back looking
a little like Farah Fawcett, or Marc Bolan of T.Rex)
My boss/ping-pong nemesis, Matt, puts away the projector after a very professional presentation (unfortunately he didn't make faces during this presentation) The studio's window faces the 880 foot tower that we lived near in the Museum District Joe and my new neighbor, Jaime, walkin' and talkin' The light is changing, falling differently through our front door My chin drives Nonfiction My momma takes good care of the flowers in their yard Cumberland, Maryland Some people had been involved in a non-serious accident on the highway On our way home from Western Maryland, we tried our best to wrap our minds around polygamous bisexual trees Window display at the custom-furniture store on my street Untitled Mike Lyons is my 2nd cousin and an eater of celery Hermitage and Palmyra Todd and Adam at my apartment on a hot 105° day A group of musicians performed Terry Riley's "In C" at Chop Suey Books on Cary Street This is my neighborhood from atop a parking garage Alyssa and I fine tuned her plans for taking photographs at the 10 year
anniversary party of ART-O-MAT the weekend of the 18th
Getting ready to go out on the town Riding the train to Frostburg to attend Jon and Lesley's wedding Feeling a little narcissistic tonight Kristin, Todd, Jeff, Susan, Stephen, and I sat at table 14 during J and L's reception I went to see a French flick We raced to Union Station so I wouldn't miss my 7:30 train. It was close but I made it Back of my chair (blurry) Kim's hand-- beer edited out Baltimore's Inner Harbor is a happy place Getting ready for the 10th anniversary Art*o*Mat swap meet this weekend Me watching tv and falling asleep March 14 redux Joe and Pia studying Homestretch of Art*o*Mat production A Nice evening This machine is in the headquarters of the Artists in Cellophane headquarters (Kim, Alyssa, Bill and I all traveled to Winston-Salem for the 10th Anniversary activities). Across the room from the machine was a full-size Ms. Pac Man that got my blood racing and Kim laughing I have fond memories of this pool Alyssa and I shot portraits all day while the Art*o*Mat artists swapped work and had a genuinely positive art experience. Kim and I were required to write "future artist" on our
name tags (because we haven't had work in a machine yet). I kept joking that people wouldn't believe the cellphones that we had in the future


                                                                                                                       
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