Monthly Archives: April 2014

Inspired by Flickr: British Library Series

I contributed two tracks to the excellent new series Inspired by Flickr  for the British Library . A special thanks to Cheryl Tipp!
Go here to listen.
This looks like it is going to be a wonderful place to  visit for sounds and images.

If you are interested in submitting , this is what they are looking for:

“Whether you’re a musician, artist or designer, we’d like to invite you to bring these images to life by creating a short sound piece inspired by this amazing collection. Whether you’re interested in creating a sound portrait of an exotic landscape or fancy tackling something a little more abstract, we’d love to hear what you come up with” – See more at:
Below are the two images I chose.

Go have a listen!

Black Canary at the 9th Annual Heritage Film Festival 4/17/14

Black Canary will be screened at the 9th Annual Heritage Film Festival in Bowie, Md on 4/17/14. This audiovisual poem is a collaboration between Una Lee, Peter Wullen and myself. This festival was created and is curated by the wonderful O.F Makarah.

Details are here
See it on the big screen!

Bourgeon Article

I was really happy to contribute to the latest edition of Bourgeon. Bourgeon is an Arts magazine that documents the D.C art scene and its artists. Here is their mission statement:

“Bourgeon’s mission, through our online publication and community initiatives, is twofold: to increase participation in the arts and to improve access to the arts. Bourgeon serves as a bridge-builder between contemporary artists and audiences.”

I document my working methods and speak specifically on the film Baoying Window

Go here to read the article.
Thanks to the Editors!