Monthly Archives: May 2017

BREAKING NEWS! More never before seen live sketches of AJC newsroom, ten years ago

72 MARIETTA ST., ATLANTA, GA, 2005-08: Here are more of my live journal entries. Some are borderline caricatures but my intentions are more endearing that ridicule. This is my record or an historic time at the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. “De tout … Continue reading

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More historic live sketches from the AJC newsroom- 2006-2008

72 MARIETTA ST., ATLANTA, GA. 2006-2008. The final days of the downtown newsroom was a time of historic tumult, anxiety, and desperate action in all newspapers as well as the editors and reporters at the AJC. I sketched daily what … Continue reading

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Live from the Appalachian Trail

Here’s a live page entry from my journal yesterday.. Spent Saturday night with about fifty thru hikers, soaking wet and very happy to be sitting out a storm in a Motel on the AT in Grose Close VA. Stay tuned… … Continue reading

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Historic, never seen, live sketches from the AJC newsroom in 2007

ATLANTA, GA. 72 MARIETTA ST. These are live, unedited, page entries from my journal in 2005-2008. I saw it. I drew it. I do miss the excitement of the newsroom and 72 Marietta Street. (I Don’t miss the commute.) COMING SOON! My … Continue reading

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Live from Damascus yesterday

DAMASCUS, VA. Yesterday, I met Outside Magazine reporter Kathryn Miles and two photographers at the 31st annual celebration “Trail days”. A record 3,000 plus thru-hikers set out from Springer mountain this year and in Damascus thousands of thru-hikers and other visitors … Continue reading

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More live sketches from the Apalachian Trail

These were sketched and shot live from the trail yesterday, hence the poor reproduction. Demain- Montreal! Above, the Potomac River sketched from Jefferson Rock in Harpers Ferry Below, the trail crosses over a four-lane near Hagerstown , MD.

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Live from the Appalachian Trail

Here are three journal entries from the past two days on this solo trek I’m calling “National Park Sketchbook II: THE EAST”      

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