An evening in OTR

Final Friday means things are happening downtown in Over the Rhine. Stopped by We Have Become Vikings to pick up a few prints. Enjoyed meeting Matt (above left), having a brew and shooting the breeze with him and Jason. Then it was off to Indigo Hippo to look at the opening of a show that […]

Recreating a panorama

On September 24, 1848 Charles Fontayne and William S. Porter—using one of the earliest forms of photography, daguerreotype—photographed Cincinnati from atop a building in Newport, Kentucky, creating a sweeping, eight-plate panorama. 170 years later, I was lucky to stand with 4 other photographers to recreate the image with a technologically advanced Hasselblad camera for a […]

Pendleton Mapped

Wheeling around Pendleton on Sunday morning. The area is changing so fast. Some of it? Not so pretty. Most of it? Quite nice. I’ve always enjoyed this mural by Barbara & David Day, “Pendleton Mapped,” which tells the the 200-year story of the neighborhood.

Misc LA

A few images from the last day that didn’t fit with the others.

Union Station

Over dinner the previous evening I learned that many movies were filmed in Union Station. Blade Runner was all I needed to hear. My whirlwind trip wrapped up with a bus from this transit hub to the airport, so I woke up early to get there early and walk around. Some areas were blocked off […]

Beguiled by the Wild

The above photo came out of the camera demanding no additional editing (unlike the poorly lit image below). I’ve seen glimpses of this Beguiled by the Wild mural online, but finally took a detour to see it in person. I didn’t realize the 18 murals of animals spanned the career of Charley Harper. (All the […]

Neighborhood flags

The image above is from a visit to Sayler Park after a workshop last night. Great thing happening at the moment: CincyFlags, a project to design unique flags for each of Cincinnati’s 52 neighborhoods. I’m on a team with DJ for Region 1 which includes East Price Hill, Lower Price Hill, Riverside, Sayler Park, Sedamsville, […]

American Sign Garden

Giddy to see the American Sign Museum repurposed and installed the old Cincinnati Gardens type today. Even using the old S! (hat tip to Eric) Related link: The Gardens Font Family Photo I grabbed of the building in March 2017 before it was torn down: