Wednesday, January 30, 2013


Since Instagram caught fire a few years back, everybody and their uncle has upgraded to smart phones and started "curating" their lives. I'm guilty of falling prey to cool filters, but have tried to use the medium for legitimate artistic composition. Now, it's easy to call oneself an artists or curator, citing personal blogs or Tumbr accounts. I don't pretend to "curate" my photo collection, I leave that to academics with Ph.Ds. It is fun, however, to play with lines and light, and I've tried to capture bits of my abstracted life. Here are a few of my favorites.

Inside Memorial Hall, Harvard University.

Wood, paint, Bondo. Beacon Hill, MA

Peaks Island cottage, ME

Life savor.