Bread & Puppet

Last weekend I visited the Bread & Puppet Museum in Glover, VT. It is such a beautiful and inspirational experience. I have not been there in years. I was introduced to Bread and Puppet in college by a good friend Brynna Tucker. She is a fantastic artist living in Brooklyn NY. Check her out on twitter @stlvlinitiative. Bread & Puppet is one of the oldest non-profit, self-supporting theatrical companies in the U.S. I went to The Pageant of Bread and Puppet in 1998. It was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. Although B&P is not having the annual pageant it’s good to see they are still lively as ever and performing all over. If you get a chance check them out. Here are some pics from the museum. Enjoy!

for the dogs

Last weekend I was up in Vermont (again). It was snowy and cold, a perfect time for sled dog racing. I’ve never seen a sled dog race; I found it fascinating. Although I struggled with seeing the dogs tied up, they seemed like they were so happy once they started running; it was as if it was their purpose. I captured some images. I wish you could have heard them all barking, but I’m sure you can imagine. Enjoy!


Inspiration, move me brightly. light the song with sense and color; Hold away despair, more than this I will not ask. Faced with mysteries dark and vast, statements just seem vain at last. Some rise, some fall, some climb, to get to terrapin.

This past weekend I was up visiting Vermont again… I can’t get the song Terrapin station out of my head. It may seem cliché to some to sit by a campfire and listen to the Grateful Dead but it was my inspiration this week. Enjoy some images from one of my favorite places on earth.