All The streets are a stage Downtown was getting unexpectedly lively just days before protests were on again at the Federal Courthouse and Monument Circle. Energy was ramping up along with the weather while random […]
Hurry up and heal Having two injured toes and somewhat of a swollen, sprained ankle has hindered my mobility quite a bit during the last few months. Like Covid and cancer, I couldn’t go where […]
Just as things were starting to get back on track, along came the riots, and three more dead. It was an awful time in the wrong state of mind. Leadership appeared to be absent as the homeless became ever more present.
While thousands of visitors were in town for the FFA Convention, I met refuge, Hagir Dosar, protesting the recent military coup in the Sudan.
expect the unexpected A couple weeks ago I was a block from my garage and saw a fight outside what used to be Maxine’s Chicken and Waffles. Somebody got disrespected. Punches were being thrown and […]
seeing and sharing I’ve seen a lot on the streets over the last five years of rolling around. People signing, playing instruments, sporting costumes, yelling, whispering, fighting, loving, having sex, hurting, overdosing, and even dying. […]
The following video featuring Muhammad and the Westboro Baptists was shot on October 4, 2016. It is the first protest video I ever shot and edited. It is also the day I began my altar […]
Early this past week, the weather was great for skating. No matter what time of the day, not too hot, not too cold. But despite the sun and blue skies, not everyone was enjoying the […]
Bearsun passing through Indy Like many people across the country, I wondered what a big bobble head looking bear was doing atop the steps of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument downtown Indy. I wondered if […]
THE RISK OF VIDEOING DANGEROUS PROTESTS Censored Version Uncensored Version Nothing got burned down. No objects were thrown. Nobody rioted. Not a single person was assaulted. But here I was, in the middle of an […]