One of my dear friends, a very talented artist and brave traveler, Sofia Shelton recently took up cartoons. A couple days ago she created her first in a series of “internet trading cards”. Today I was the recipient of her tertium quid. Very cool! If you want to see more of her creations or hire an amazing artist for a freelance gig definitely stop by and peruse Sofia’s art. Some of my favorite creative work around from a truly wonderful person.

Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
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Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
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Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
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Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
Zoom Info
Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
Zoom Info
Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
Zoom Info
Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
Zoom Info
Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.
This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.
These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.
Zoom Info

Last year on a whim I decided to buy a Nikon FG film camera. Even though I’m a musician and if I have any creative expertise the majority of it lies there - it’s not always possible or convenient to create in a musical way so I in order to teach my hands and eyes how to do something new so I could create even away from my instrument and writing I picked up photography.

This was my first successful roll of developed film. The first two I had were exposed because I didn’t know take them out of the camera correctly - which was also a very frustrating experience because I had taken nearly three months to shoot the first roll and then a month to shoot the second. So after this roll I was determined to get it right.

These photos are from a Fall 2012 weekend visit I made to Brooklyn for a show I had with my band, Jungle Fires. During the trip we ventured around SoHo, Brooklyn for the show, Saturday morning breakfast at Le Barricou, and nights in Williamsburg.

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Direction.

Certain things God makes blatantly obvious: Things equivalent to being placed in an empty room with one large canvas, brushes, paints, and ample time. In the face of some situations in life where our overarching trajectories lead toward undeniable places ‘What to do?’ becomes a foolish question.

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HI BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE!

Our band needs your online votes!!

We are running to be the winners of the UNregular Radio Battle of The Bands.

Take two seconds and visit: 
http://www.unregularradio.com/index.php?option=com_jvotesystem&view=box&bid=31
 
Vote for Jungle Fires!!

The Rally as it is called will be on 7/28 at 10:15 PM at McGanns Irish Pub!

So vote every day, and come out to the show! 

We will put your favorite soft drink in all the water fountains of Boston if you VOTE for US!!! 

Love, 

JUNGLE FIRES

FINE PRINT: Your fave soft drink or its comparative musical equivalent for your refreshing enjoyment at a venue near you.

A little something something from a song by my band JUNGLE FIRES.

We are opening tomorrow for Meg Porter’s Caf Show at 150 Massachusetts Ave.

Join us! | 10PM | FREE.