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These are mostly time-lapse experiments with custom soundtracks.

I used to carry cameras and audio recorders wherever I went.

These are a result of that – a combination of an old Nikon for the imagery, a Zoom for the audio and the Adobe Creative Suite to bring them together with the soundtracks I composed, performed and recorded.

Texaco No. 7

"Texaco No. 7" is a time-lapse named after its soundtrack, a piece of music written about a certain kind of Greyhound bus driver whose composite ...

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LP or Die

I made the mistake of leaving for college w/o laying down some ground rules and my folks tossed my vinyl collection in the trash. I've ...

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The Spirit of ’59

"The Spirit Of '59" is a mixed-media découpage exploration of the days back when popular music was good. This is footage from when "The Spirit" ...

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Chucks Reduxe

"Chucks Reduxe" is a time-lapse of my studio shot in late-fall quarantine20 on a cheap-o camera with a soundtrack composed and performed by me. Over ...

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Slaughter On NY Avenue

or, The Museum's Lost Soul On the closing and denuding of one of the venerated museums in Washington: the Corcoran Gallery of Art.  The art in the ...

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Resolution No. One

ORIGINAL VIDEO: "Resolution No. One" was influenced by Salvador Dali, Man Ray, Edward Hopper and The Who. The goal was to create something that reflected ...

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How To Watch Sound

I remixed & animated this classic rock song for one of the New Media Photojournalism graduate courses I taught at the Corcoran College of Art ...

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Resolution No. 78

This is a time-lapse rumination on the ruination of modern pop culture – the discarding and obsolescence of perfectly good media types and content by ...

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Neon Sugar Dance

Electric Neon Go-Go Girls Make A Break For It. I was at a ball game and photographically-speaking, a found moment presented itself in big, bright ...

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The Arms of Venus

Time-Lapse Sampler, Fall 2013 - Photography experiments shot mostly in my studio in Washington, D.C. This is largely a stream-of-consciousness kind of collection, mostly found ...

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Nothing Is Mundane

18 days and nights in the life of my front porch. I used a cheap infra-red surveillance camera to automatically shoot and upload motionDetected imagery ...

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Custom-Designed Clothing For Sale!

Mostly, I focus on recreations of ephemeral relics from the better days of the USA.

Aircheck Collection

I used to be a hoarder of found moments on the AM & FM radio airwaves

The Big Broadcast

Ed Walker, one of the Joy Boys, brought back the golden days of radio every Sunday night for 30 years.

Gunsmoke. Jack Benny. Dragnet. Lum 'n Abner. The Shadow. News of the day, much more.

The Big Broadcast played on WAMU FM on Sunday nights, mostly from 7 to 11.

The Eddie Stubbs Show

Eddie Stubbs's Sunday show on WAMU FM played a variety of classic honkytonk, traditional country and vintage bluegrass + deep catalog favorites.

This was a show for listening to while drinking beer in the sun in the afternoon, great music delivered with unique insight.

The Dick Spottswood Show

The "Obsolete Music Hour" played rare classic recordings of bluegrass, country, string bands, honky tonk, western swing, blues, gospel & old world music.

Great Music & Sports

Off-the-air live recordings of a now-defunct station playing all sorts of great American popular music from the mid-20th century, back when music was good.

You'll also find some Baltimore Orioles post-game highlights from the mid-1980s.

News & Music on WAMU

From elections to 9/11 to the war on terror, these off-the-air live recordings of events of the day are from NPR on WAMU FM.

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