We See You Too

In the political chess match of Gender and Sexual equality, today was a banner day. The legal papers were flying between NC and DC as lines were drawn in the sand. Nearly six weeks of rhetoric, bantering, fear mongering and social media wars came to a head as the powers that be both in Washington […]



The summer of 1992 I was working as a media specialist for a camp in the mountains out side of Los Angeles. Basically that meant I followed the events of the family camp as they unfolded during the week collecting clips of video. At the end of the week I edited the clips into a […]