Feeling Groovy

  Raw From The Road, June 12, 2017   Feeling Groovy Slow down, you’re movin’ too fast You got to make the morning last… Simon and Garfunkel   It seems only fitting to quote a Simon and Garfunkel song about New York since I have just returned from a wonderful visit there with my family […]

‘Now’ Trending

  Raw from the Road, May 23, 2017 Now Trending The need for an empty space, a pause, is something we have all felt in our bones;  it’s the rest in a piece of music that gives it resonance and shape. Pico Iyer       Do you notice how many emails you are getting […]

The Wow Factor

Raw from the Road, April 20, 2017 (Excerpt, March 13, 2013 blog entry)   The Wow Factor A person who as a physical being is always turned toward the outside, thinking that their happiness lies outside them, finally turns inward and discovers that the source is within them. Soren Kierkegaard     I was so inspired by Destiny […]

I Sea

Raw From The Road, April 5, 2017   I Sea   I come to the sea to breathe. *Mary Anne Radmacher No. 3 I made this self-portrait in Cannon Beach, Oregon. “Cannon Beach” is a series in the typology, Deconstruction. In winter, while on a 3 week vision quest in Oregon, I drove to Haystack […]

Good Grief!

Raw From The Road, March 21, 2017 Good Grief! YOU STUPID DARKNESS! Lucy, from Charlie Brown Good Grief! Maybe Charlie Brown was on to something? Good grief can lead to change. Good grief can lead to self-honesty, contemplation and even revelation. And…good grief can lead to good art. When I’m in the grieving process, sometimes […]

Don’t Shoot!

Raw From The Road, July 26, 2016 Don’t Shoot! The camera is the least important element in photography. Julius Shulman   Photo: Luna and Grass Mountain, Taken with an Iphone Ten years ago, while I working at the Getty Villa Museum, I had the privilege of meeting and speaking with photographer extraordinaire Julius Shulman. He came […]

Focusing, the art of humor and Amy Schumer.

Last week was a very productive week for me.  I am starting a new business and monitoring some other projects, but mostly focusing on this one new biz.  I have been studying the work of Brendon Burchard and it has changed my life exponentially. I watch his videos, take his online courses and in February I […]

Promotion is a Beautiful Thing

As a musician and artist, I have always had to promote myself. I never had an agent or any significant representation, it was always just me, marketing me, promoting me.  I took myself pretty far, not as far as I would have liked, but for someone who had no training in marketing or promotion, I did pretty […]

Anything But a Fool, Meet Margy Dunkley Houtz

    Margy’s blog A FOOL FOR FABRIC is a must read and follow! To say it was a privilege photographing Margy Houtz is an understatement.  To be in her presence alone, was a privilege, truly. She not only sews her own clothing, writes a fantastic blog on fashion and style, takes her own photographs, […]

Peggy, beautiful and wise then, beautiful and wise now.

One of the things I love about my work is that it connects me with other people and their stories and memories of their grandmothers, mothers, friends, aunts and whoever has touched their lives. I had the pleasure of meeting Peter through one of the recently published articles about Beauty and Wisdom and offered to […]

83 and flying high!!!

This is my very good friend’s mom, Aliene, 83 who just did a bungy jump in Oregon.   EIGHTY-THREE!!!! Now that’s amazing and so is she.  Kudos Aliene!  Thank you for being a wonderful inspiration.   Obviously , we all don’t have to bungy jump to be brave. However, Aliene definitely reminds us that bravery and courage […]

Love, Loss, Learning and 70

I get now what Billy Joel meant when he sang, “Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes.”  However, I don’t think we’re ever prepared to say good-bye… so often, as it seems to be the case lately. Ever since my stepmother passed away only a month and a half ago, I have been hearing […]

I Know A Woman Like That

Tonight at Jeanie Madsen Gallery Elaine and Virginia Madsen will be presenting their documentary, “I Know A Woman Like That.”  This film documents and celebrates the lively and beautiful lives of older women.   Here is a link to the Film Trailer.

“Super Mum” Marie, 81, Kent, England

My Mum, Marie Elizabeth Woods, born Kent, England, in 1929. High kicking it as usual. The first up to dance and the last to sit down – always. Hobbies include Keep Fit twice a week, Golden Oldies singing club twice a week, and informal chauffeuse to those she calls the ‘old folk’! Living proof that […]

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