An ekphrastic poem and video I made. Based from Amanda Carmer Rainey’s photography show for Free Radical here in Grand Rapids. (See more of her work at http://www.amandacarmer.com.) I’m really proud of this project.
I wrote this love song for ukulele when I was single and hopeful. I took the photos one morning when none of my roommates were home. (Years later, my love song came true.)
A lo-fi poem video welcoming a new baby into the world. With my guitar cover of “My Girl.”
Driving somewhere between Louisiana and Michigan; between grad school, AmeriCorps, and life after. Reciting the opening lines of Moby Dick from memory.
I made this poem, tiny book, and video in 1 hour, back in 2013. It was inspired by a friend’s scrapfiction 1-hour short story challenges. The story was called “Gap.” The poem is about timelessness, women, and cats. It lacks production quality, but I had a great time.
This was one of my first web creations (circa 2013). I invite you to pick a song and dance along with past-me! It’s darn cute.