Photos from SXSW – Part One

Thee Oh Sees on a rooftop, an impromptu Gay Pride Parade, and so. much. walking.

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This Was the New Year

It’s mid-March. Where has the year gone? It’s a quarter over. It’ll be October before we know it. Foggy photo from October 2012.

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Brewtäl Coffee

The concept is simple, the reality anything but: make a movie in 24 hours.

It’s fast-paced, it’s stressful, it’s exhilarating, challenging and a little bit crazy. And it’s one of my favorite parts of the year, creatively-speaking.

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#TreeCult

A couple of months ago I visited a dear friend in Oklahoma City. On the way back I stopped by a little spot ten miles west of nowhere near Edmond, Oklahoma…to see a tree.

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Home

Undertaking a project to document the place where I grew up. This one’s from last April.

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Oklahoma Wildfires

Wildfires raged across the state of Oklahoma all weekend. A friend and I decided to drive west. My heart goes out to all those affected — and to the firefighters who are hard at work saving peoples’ homes and livelihoods in the 110°f heat. More on the fires. Help the victims.

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Charlie Kaufman

“I want to tell you that I have a hope that there’s another way to be in this world. And that I believe with courage and vulnerability and honesty, that the stuff we put into the world can serve a better purpose. What I have to offer is me. What you have to offer is you.” – Charlie Kaufman

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In Transition

April has proven to be a month of change for me, but despite the constant push forward it’s important to stop and pay attention to the details.

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My first blog for Make:Tulsa

It’s about the journey, right? Find ways to document the things that happen to you, the things you see, and the ideas you come up with — that’s the stuff that future inspiration is made of.

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Where You Are

I spent a good part of the last half of 2011 traveling. It was amazing for all the reasons that wandering is always so, but I sadly returned to a world so hectic that I’ve barely had the chance to process it all.

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