Inspiration

Aug
23
Notes from the hiatus

Notes from the hiatus

Organizing with Google Keep // New photos from latest scans // Pedestrian Magazine Issue 5 // The Pomodoro Technique // Never Retire // + interesting reads
6 min read
Jul
20
NYC & Immigration

NYC & Immigration

Walking is trending; peak newsletter; revisiting Camilo José Vergara I'm deep into doing research for the new project, and much
5 min read
Jun
28
Black Lives Matter, Walking and a Reckoning in Photoland

Black Lives Matter, Walking and a Reckoning in Photoland

Canceling the Humble Arts Walking show and a few reads about Racism in public spaces “We have enemies on all
8 min read
May
17
Walking and Newsletter Writing: A Year in Review

Walking and Newsletter Writing: A Year in Review

“Attention restoration theory” // Walking as Praxis // Anne Brigman Legend // Do the real thing // The Last Dance // More Strava Art Time:
5 min read
May
04
Walking & First Principles Thinking

Walking & First Principles Thinking

Topographic Study of a Tree on a Hill / ‘The Imperfect Atlas’ by Peter Funch / Men Don't F&!king Move
4 min read
Apr
26
Daily Walks and the Beginners Mind

Daily Walks and the Beginners Mind

Colberg on Gerry Johansson's Walk // the spiral walk of Park de la Distance // Sauntering with Madeline Cass Creativity & walking:
5 min read
Apr
20
Walking with Mood Oscillations

Walking with Mood Oscillations

Output Before Input | The Bird on Elisabeth Nicula’s Head | Finishing is for furniture Walking & wellness: I started thinking
5 min read
Apr
06
Walking With Masks

Walking With Masks

RIP to Two Legendary NYC Walkers,  Jerry Saltz on Art after the Pandemic, plus more links Walking: One aspect of
5 min read
Feb
16
Walking When It's Too Cold

Walking When It's Too Cold

Garnette Cadogan | 'Walking Between Two Seas in Istanbul' | Portfolio Editing Walking: I’ve grown to enjoy walking in the cold
5 min read
Jan
12
Walking and Writing to Connect

Walking and Writing to Connect

Plus I Walk Toward the Sun Which is Always Going Down by Alan Huck, Mapping Ideas While Walking, Tim Davis
5 min read