Monthly Archives: October 2011

Saturday Oct 29th: Ascot workshop at the Rosenbach

Over time I’ve learned that one has to be utterly without shame with these things, so here’s my spiel: Does your wardrobe need some 19th-century flair? Have you looked in vein for something that will give you a certain vampiric … Continue reading

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Sunday Oct 30th: Expedition Presentation at Bartram’s Garden

Friends: This Sunday between 1pm and 3pm I will be doing a presentation at Bartram’s Garden on the historical, aesthetic, and ecological particulars, musings, and happenstances of The Hidden River Expedition, the three-day kayak trip I made this summer through … Continue reading

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Famous Monsters

While I was away knocking about the Northwest, my good friends Bill Smith and Jason Austin were gracing the New York Times with their vast horticultural knowledge of carnivorous plants! Jason and Bill have always been incredibly generous with their … Continue reading

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Philadelphia’s Lost Victorian Cemetery

The adventures along the rivers of Philadelphia continue: this weekend, I and my good friend and fellow gentleman trespasser David explored a stretch of shoreline along the post-industrial shoreline north of Tioga Marine Terminal. After scrambling for a few hundred … Continue reading

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The Goldengreen World

Picking 26 lbs. of chanterelles and selling some for gas money to Olympic National Forest. Bear scat and tracks. Otters. Bobcats. Rough-skinned Newts floating on driftwood in a lake. Ancient Sitka Spruce and Pacific Red Cedar. Freshwater streams trickling into … Continue reading

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Today’s Scandal: Me in Blue Jeans

Spent last week wandering the Pacific Northwest with my good friend and tailor Seyta Selter, of Duchess Clothier fame. While visiting her shop, Seyta generously slipped this Scully black denim lapeled vest into my bag without my knowing it. I … Continue reading

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This Friday: Dispatches from the local frontier

On the evening of Friday, October 7th, Art in the Age will be hosting an opening reception of The Transcendental Life: An Ideal Realized Only Through an Individual’s Own Intuition. My installation detailing my summer expedition will be showing alongside … Continue reading

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Art in the Age: Oct. 7th Opening Reception

Friends: Throughout the month of October, Art in the Age in Philadelphia will be exhibiting raw video, recordings, and images from the Hidden River Expdition. Opening reception is on the evening of Friday, October 7th. Later in the month, I … Continue reading

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