I make so many stops while riding my bike that my mile tracker app thinks I’m a bus. That’s because I’m constantly in the process of creating art (mixed media, street photography, poetry, fiction) inspired by what I experience in public. Stranger Things Happen is available on Amazon everywhere. I share other projects on social media and my blogs as well as in found spaces through my mobile gallery, 7 MPH.
Poems at the Speed of Bike (October 2017 at 7 MPH)
Double Exposure (February 2018 at 7 MPH)
Street Shorts (March 2018, at 7 MPH)
“And the Ether of Your Essence” (Spoken Word TBD)
“The Gutter of Failed Imagination” (Spoken Word TBD)
Walls Are Falling: Walls are falling in my city and yours. Or are they going up?
Selections from Stranger Things Happen: Lives collide on a city’s new path forward in flash fiction inspired by street photography.
First Stop: Selections from A Streetcar Named Aspire: Rapidly-changing lives get preserved for a photographic second near the Atlanta Streetcar’s King Center stop.
Ennui: Selections from the White Dress Series: A found white dress tells stories through photos, displayed among flowering weeds along old rail tracks.
Stirring the Wild: Nature acts as a direct partner as photo-poems stir in the wind while dangling from wisteria vines.
Sunday Paper: Dresses made out of Sunday newspapers stop passersby when exhibited on the Atlanta BeltLine.
DiverseCity: Paintings made from street photography are left for #FreeArtFriday near an iconic mural.