A few years ago I published a collection of images as part of a set I called Glitches. The original photographs began as pictures I captured in 2012 and 2013, then later edited with a series of manipulations to portray a sense of analog-type, visual malfunctions. Childhood memories of a dying VCR on a cathode ray television provided inspiration.

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In Germany: Tageslicht

This is the second part of a two-part series of images I created from a recent trip to Germany. As I wrote in my last entry In Germany: Nachtlicht, I had spent the week traveling from Frankfurt to Bad Staffelstein, then to Lichtenfels, Würzburg, and Bamberg all within the grind of a business-related trip to the region. While my free time was limited, I was fortunate enough to sneak in a little photographing along the way.

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Ten years is a long time no matter what the subject. But that’s how long it’s been – almost ten years to the month – since I first signed up for a blossoming social network the entire planet now knows as Facebook. In fact, I struggle to recall those early years, between gaining some vague awareness of the platform and then actually signing up to use it. Friends kept nagging: dude, are you on Facebook? As though it was something that had to be done with immediacy. All I knew about it, in fact, was that it was some kind of internet-based, person-to-person thing born out of Harvard. Isn’t that the new thing that’s like MySpace, I asked, somewhat kidding… somewhat not.

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