To See A World in a Grain of Sand... ~William Blake
At this time, I am no longer making regular contributions to this particular blog, but have kept this intro and the blog itself online as an archive.
The title for my blog is taken from William Blake's poem, the Auguries of Innocence, which begins with the above line, and seems to sum things up nicely about my thoughts on photography in its abiilty to at times reveal the universal among the details and specifics of our lives. The relationship between poetry and photography is a potent one, and I'm interested in the relationship between words and imagess. So, with that in mind, I use the blog to share new work that may or may not make it into the portfolios on my website, to write about my influences, whether it be other photographers or artists either contemporary or historic, and just generally a place to record my meandering thoughts on a medium in which I am so fully immersed.
"What Will You Remember"
Views, Reviews, Interviews
Since 2014 I have written articles for this online photography platform, which was founded by my colleague Elin Spring. My focus has been primarily reviewing photography books, but I also write reviews of exhibitions in Boston and around New England or wherever my travels take me.