Etude (Spice Rack): Lawry’s Seasoning Salt, Amber Memories of Los Angeles

There are two things about me that might come up in conversation if we talk freely at length. Actually, there are many, many things that might come up if you let me talk, these are just two. The first is that I have a terrible memory of my own past. People tell me stories about myself … Continue reading Etude (Spice Rack): Lawry’s Seasoning Salt, Amber Memories of Los Angeles

Pick a Process, Doesn’t Matter Which, It’s a Metaphor: (How to Make Fresh Pasta)

There are many ways to screw up your noodles. My first dozen attempts were unsuccessful for the simple reason that I refused to believe that the recipe really meant that should I knead the dough for ten minutes. I didn’t respect the process. Turns out that I’m bound by the rules of food science and … Continue reading Pick a Process, Doesn’t Matter Which, It’s a Metaphor: (How to Make Fresh Pasta)

On Dutch Seventh Day Adventists Publishing My Photograph

Some years ago I became interested in the potential of anaglyphs to do more than just represent three dimensional space, this was a short lived interest. Among other things, I made a triptych of a friend layered so that viewed through the anaglyphic glasses he appears calm through one eye and enraged through the other. Except instead of enraged, … Continue reading On Dutch Seventh Day Adventists Publishing My Photograph