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The Wetness of Water

Created: 15 Jan 2018  / Categories: Uncategorized

In the opening scene there’s a tiny fishy thing being self abused in steamy foreplay of underwater cross species propagation. We’re made to appreciate this woman’s isolation, ...


Created: 22 Dec 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

  Came a time (it gets confusing here), I stood upon the dais of St. Peter and reckoned I’d be recollecting a life. A life that frankly, at the moment,


Created: 21 Dec 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

Why do an actual, like, blog writing thing on a commercial photography site? Bad enough most blogs are tilting at turboprops for viewership and who really wants to read the


Created: 09 Dec 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

Who doesn’t have those earliest of memories that conflate, confound and consolidate that person looking across the rear view mirror. Those fragments of things that surely define what ...

Davey Jones is dead?

Created: 08 Dec 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

Is there anything more head scratching than “Davy Jones is Dead” on all the news places? If you’re 17, you scratch your head and ask “Davy Jones, the pirate guy

My Year in Film, Pt 1

Created: 07 Dec 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

It was a dark and stormy… wrong genre, or maybe not. So why am I doing this and how did it start and what’s in it for who(m)? Actually it


Created: 21 Aug 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

The final scene in Moonlight depicts our once again youthful Chiron looking back toward the audience from along waters edge. Looking back at us from his own beginning with that desperate hope

Metris in the Monongahela

Created: 06 Jul 2017  / Categories: Uncategorized

Sure, sure, it’s a work van, but it just so happens to dovetail nicely with all my other interests. Just a lucky coincidence I guess. So off on a road

My Year in Film, Pt 2

Created: 20 May 2016  / Categories: Uncategorized

The C conundrum. I sit with open Evernote, twice a week, eight a month, fifty six times over seven months. I have nothing to say, ever. What if I missed

The Lobster

Created: 19 May 2016  / Categories: Uncategorized

It’s pretty rare you see a film who’s final scene makes you welcome and reject the worst possible outcome for a character you’ve come to despise and admire amongst a