Writing Tim

I first learned about Timothy H. O'Sullivan while studying the history of photography at New York University in the spring of 1989. Professor Silver clicked back and forth in a slide show comparing O’Sullivan’s photograph, Ancient Ruins in the Cañon de Chelle, N.M., taken in 1873 with Ansel Adams’ view taken in 1942. I became... Continue Reading →

First Journal Entry

July 11, 2000: Here goes — ten years since I last attempted to write anything of consequence. It was on June 17, 1990 that I moved up to Boston to play drums in The Immigrants. Fittingly, it was both Father’s Day and Bunker Hill Day. And now here I am trying to pick up a... Continue Reading →

My Desktop Inspiration

July 13, 2010: I cannot break this habit of writing! I tried since July 6th but each day I thought of nothing else. Today is the day Dad was wounded in 1944 on Hill 122… On a side note, I read an arts review of Norman Rockwell in The New York Times this past Sunday.... Continue Reading →

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