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Author: KCF

  • The gush of Life

    The crest of the hills runs like a ragged edge across my horizon, dividing this world from the other. I declare in this moment that I will break through. That I will not stay in this place. That I will not accept things the way they are, that I will push myself forward into the…

  • The glistening shards

    Glistening shards lie all around me. I must watch my step because in spite of their beauty – or perhaps because of it — they are deadly. I stand immobile, afraid to move my bare feet lest the shards slice my flesh and drain my blood. I admire them from a safe distance. These shards…

  • A woman in Buenos Aires

    The trail of passion leading from the South Carolina statehouse to an apartment off of Avenida Libertador is befitting of Argentina’s reputation as the land of impossible romances. The set-up is perfect: Mark Sanford, a successful U.S. politician, throws all caution to the wind, turns off his cell phone, escapes to the arms of a…

  • Concert Photography

    Before, when I wasn’t spending so much time on stage myself, I took many concert photos. It’s hard for me to sit still in a concert and taking pictures is a way of accompanying the music with action — and try to capture the moment.

  • The glistening shards

    My past life drains behind me as I prepare to transform again. This time there will be no running away, no half measures but rather a descending to the deepest part of myself. I know that I am within reach this time, that I carry the seed of what I will become inside me. The…

  • The genuine embrace

    I descend and transcend – and marvel at how the two can intertwine so freely. I can be at the lowest ebb and also running along the exalted heights. I can be so low that I want to die and so close to ecstasy that I am beyond death. In short, I live like the…

  • New video: Small Town, Big Vision

    “Small Town, Big Vision” trailer from Intrepid Patrol Video on Vimeo. My latest (and longest) video project has just been completed. It is a 28-minute documentary about Mark Wagner and his dream to create the world’s largest chalk drawing in defense of arts education in the schools. I made the video together with my step-daughter…

  • A year in Chalk

    Last year, on this day, we created the world’s largest chalk drawing on the tarmac of the Alameda Naval Air Station in Alameda, CA. Today, I have finished the documentary. Wow. So much can happen in a year.

  • Concert in Allentown, PA

    I will be performing a duo concert with Maria Volonte in Allentown, PA on June 20. If you are in the area, I hope you’ll come out to the show. Concert details are: “Maria Volonte: Intima” (one woman show with guest artist Kevin Carrel Footer, harmonica) Saturday, June 20th, 8:00 pm Symphony Community Room 23…