2020: the Year of the COVID.
Who knows what, exactly, this year holds? Lots of staying home, of course. So far in domestic news I strengthened my sourdough game, acquired a hive of bees, and also started making kombucha — all of which demand a lot of time and attention, which I now have to give, or so I’m told.
2020 has been rough, that’s for sure, and I don’t know if the roster of usual events will occur — summer camp for the kids, church potlucks, the outdoor farmers’ market, and the annual family music festival — but good things will happen, nonetheless. I believe this is true.
A selection of a few things I’ve made, as well as a small selection of images from various projects and events. BOOKS Collaborations with artist Mary Faino: ROME: a day (2018) A Day in Rockport (2015) More of my writing HERE MUSIC Collaborations with musician (and brother) Daniel Dye: Madden Road Music Fest (annual) … Continue reading MAKING
When asked what I do, I answer (tongue-in-cheek) that I’m an event-monger. It’s not so much that I love events, specifically, as it is that I deeply value what can happen when we are forced to get away from our screens and into the same space.
For my more formal projects, I write about religion and culture, community work, and a series of collaborative children’s books. When writing the blog (linked here), I ramble on about everything from interiors to Downton Abbey (RIP) to pretty much anything that crosses my mind, in true blog fashion.