Backstage at the Pastures of Plenty Between 2018 and 2019 I did some horsetrading and upgraded my Hasselblad 500C/M to a 503cx. I also acquired a Hasselblad Nr. 45071 pistol grip so I could mount a Vivitar 285HV Zoom Thyristor flash in place of my bulkier Sunpak 622. But otherwise I took these pictures with the same equipment and film as last… Read More …
A pair of Oklahoma’s premier songwriters sharing a stage should draw a crowd. But if it’s Monday night the week before finals in a university town, maybe not.
In 1957 a young architect named Herb Greene returned to his alma mater, the University of Oklahoma, to teach. Working alongside his former professor modernist Bruce Goff and others, he helped develop the American School of architecture.
My friend RT Valine and his wife Jackie were visiting the Bureau one evening and we got to discussing food and cooking. The Valines live in rural Allen, Oklahoma. When the conditions are right, they have access to wild morel mushrooms.
My first encounter with the music of My Brightest Diamond was a track on a RED + HOT compilation. During the summer break, my neighbor’s teenage daughter and her friend used to hang out in my living room and spin CDs on my hi-fi. One day she brought over Dark Was the Night, the fifteenth entry in the RED + HOT series.
It’s been years since the Dollyrots played Oklahoma City. But fortune finally favored the city’s denizens: last April they opened for Bowling for Soup
I took the same medium format gear to the Pastures of Plenty backstage as I had on Thursday and Friday. I’ve already written about the facilities improvements to the outdoor venue. Unless you care to read about them, I
I took the same medium format gear backstage to the Pastures of Plenty as I had on Thursday. I’ve already written extensively about the fantastic facilities improvements […]
I drove to Okemah in early December to see folk singer and songwriter Tim Easton. Easton was on the first leg of a multi-city recording session for his new album Exposition. After we had lunch at the Hen House Café I took some pictures of him working in his makeshift
As most Woodyfest supporters know, festival favorite Audrey Auld Mezera died of complications from cancer three years ago. The Tasmanian native was known for her flaming red hair, her wry humor, and her kind and boisterous personality.