for some reason, daisy seems to think that every web page i make needs
to have some sort of hidden text for her to find. like life is one
big highlights magazine or something. she's a good kid, but i don't
understand why i indulge her sometimes.
poetry: e.e.c. prose: faulkner
photo (verona): m.s.c.
third year graduate student, historical musicology, harvard
graduate harvard college, '98. perl geek. minimalism.
medievalism. 6'0". white/japanese. san diego
. web design. clarinet. random sketches
146 dudley street, #3. cambridge, mass. 02140. 617.461.8568
sul pontecello strident dolcissimo with
great force music research slowly distant
tenuto medium yarn mallets
seventh harmonic medieval
tonaries (pdf 110k) pluck near pins (f.t.) sempre sostinuto hit
two boards together equal almost mechanlical trecento research very deliberate
depress silently shriek play into harpsichord quasi church
bells paduan fragments col legno
pochissimo crescendo fingernail scrape white keys parody mass (pdf 126k)
with enough force to sustain pen (click) muffled metronome A440
let ring exhale shrill non-decresc. empty adagio soft beauty
muta in saxophone alto composition
main page lights off singing white tone in this cold winter falling
senza sord gliss. espressivo et factum
est vespere et mane attaca subito as fast as feasible pizz. ord
ritardando and broaden accent all downbeats slightly misc bring out knuckle on body slower very
light mp ma pesante music
dict reference fast waltz losing energy decel. tremolo more lyric
I've never been able to keep a physical scrapbook. Somehow I still
manage to keep taking pictures
now and then.
Film is a transition medium between reality and the scanner. If only
resolution on digitals were better.
People seem to
be the recurring theme of most of the photos. Thus they have a semi-slick
The locations tend to
be less interesting. More locations here. Look ma, I'm putting links inside a paragraph.
I won't do that again.
More detailed information on some people is available, albeit squished. I tried to make
something like that way back in summer '97, but it only
ever worked on IE4.