Monthly Archives: July 2016

Busker of the day – Teso McDonald

If you’ve seen Teso McDonald busking, more often than not you had to look up, because he was likely playing in a tree. But no more. Teso tells me that since a recent conversation with one of Asheville’s finest, he has been grounded. He did make it up to my fifth floor Flatiron Studio for […]

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Midnight at Funaholics Unanimous

For those who ask, what was Transformus like, it was a humongous theme party centered on art, sensuality, freedom, fun, and fire, not necessarily in that order. This is a surrealistic view of what it was like with a little impressionism tossed in. If you can’t hear the electronic dance music, at least you should […]

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Psychedelic burn at Transformus

This was the scene for the climactic burn at Transformus Saturday night. Set out in the woods near Asheville, Transformus is a regional Burning Man festival. If you can’t make it to the desert playa out west, Asheville is a pretty good alternative. Thousands of people gathered at the burn field next to a lake […]

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Is this the coolest place in Asheville?

I’m taking a break from my busker portrait series today to post a pic of Ryan Mcredmond skateboarding at one of the coolest spots I’ve found in town. A friend took me to a location in the old run down warehouse district near the French Broad River. There are nearly a dozen warehouses all completely […]

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Busker of the day – Chris Rodrigues

Chris posed for me at the corner of Wall Street and Battery Park Avenue, just outside my Flatiron Studios.

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Playing to a captive audience

There’s no telling who will stroll by to listen when you play on the sidewalks of Asheville, as the Fly By Night Rounders found out Sunday at dusk in front of the Flatiron. Long time fan, Rowan, seems to be enjoying the show.

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