“This is the Great Theatre of Life. Admission is free, but the taxation is mortal. You come when you can, and leave when you must. The show is continuous. Goodnight.” -- Robertson Davies
A story to commemorate the day of the death.
Un par de palabras para recordar a mi abuela Teresa, quien tuvo la suerte de ver más de un siglo de historia.
A writing inspired by travels, dreams, and early mornings.
An unlikely sailor in the streets of NY
Bitter account of Tuol Sleng, a Cambodian genocide museum
On unexpected people who say wise things
On the boundaries of the human condition, and what we do to stretch them out.
Master Neng Onnut has the power to unlock the blessings of the gods. What kind would you place upon your skin?
The world is full of hidden layers. How many have you touched yet?
The Phare Ponleu Selpak, in Cambodia, teaches the art of circus to kids in need.
As we walk through life, we are always starting and ending many different journeys.
A morning with Ranjo, one of the most important and relevant traditional Japanese flute artisans
Participate in the Faith of the people of Sicily during their Holy Week. Attend to their long journey and witness the suffering that renews their faith and the ties of their community.
First trip to Kathmandu; a taste of its magic, its people, its mysteries.
Join us for an intimate look at the Holi festival in Bhaktapur
Ancient capital of Nepal and largest of the three Newar kingdoms. City of artisans, place of devotees.
The last Derby game of the year
A brief intrusion of my camera into Sandra and Sheri's aerial practice time.
Behind the scenes with Kaoru Watanabe and friends on the recording of Néo, his latest album.
The mountains, the people, and the great highlands of Peru in a magical, enchanting trip.
A brief excursion across Japan, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia.
Sandra practices her flying skills at Firefly
Happenings and sights of the city that never sleeps.
An unlikely vehicle, in an unlikely place.
The 2015 North American Taiko Conference
Venture once more into the metropolis of Tokyo, discover one or two mysteries that had remained hidden in the shadows.
A masterclass in Kinbaku by Osada Steve, like always, at StudioSix.
Postcards from a quiet afternoon of Shibari with Heidi and Kristine
A quick glimpse of Phare, the Cambodian circus of Siem Reap.
Discover the work of Master Neng, and the blessings that come with it
Possessed by the spirit of Daido (or something of the sort) I come out to the streets of Tokyo, and attempt to capture its gritty magic
A couple of afternoons with The RISE suspension crew. Not for the faint of heart.
The streets of Edmonton hold many interesting secrets
Discover the many journes I shared during my brief stay in Tokyo.
A day with Ranjo, master artisan of traditional Japanese flutes