While researching the remarkable life of Seid Back for the Oregon Encyclopedia I came across some fascinating examples of historical ephemera related to the Chinese-American experience in Oregon. I’ve reproduced some below, with associated explanation:Continue reading “Some images of Seid Back”
This piece was a real pleasure to write, it’s a great feeling to address and highlight some of the fundamental absurdity of our economic system in detail. The day I saw my first “Ghost Kitchen” was profound evidence that the world is wobbling on its axis and I’m grateful to editor Maria Bustillos for her help with expressing my dismay.
And was cited in the New York Times here
As part of an exceptional class taken Janice Lee on interspecies communication I made the below website. It was intended as a home for portraits of trees along with my brief thoughts and descriptions. The website is (sporadically) updated but remains a solid repository for tree photography. Visit the website here
My first entry for the Oregon Encyclopedia is linked here. It was a great opportunity and a solid chance to begin work with the fantastic people of the Oregon Historical Society— and a real honor to help tell Will Vinton’s remarkable story.