Monthly Archives // July 2016

“The Brooklyn Blowhards” – a Jazz ensemble @Waterfront Barge Museum

[Translate] Waterfront Barge Museum located in Red Hook, Brooklyn. A great night of music was had this past weekend at the historic Waterfront Barge Museum in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The vibrant and overwhelmingly talented jazz ensemble “The Brooklyn Blowhards” performed. Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Originals” by Adam Grant

[Translate] ORIGINALS by Adam Grant How Non-Conformist Move the World Want to read more?…buy the book here. Continue reading…

Naked Brazilian – Guatavo Pace @Fringe Festival

[Translate] Gustavo Pace I have been photographing Gustavo for quite a few  years now. I shot one of his first performances in NYC in 2011. He has been dedicated and very busy. Here is a glimpse of his bio: He Read the full article…

Classic Antique Street Magician Illustrations

July 18, 2016 // Book Shelf, Magic, Photography // No Comments

[Translate]         Reprinted from Jeff Sheridan’s book STREET MAGIC Continue reading…

‘Can Can’ in the Pike Street Market, Seattle

[Translate] While traveling in Seattle for the 4th of July weekend I was walking through the Pike Street Market. I came across a young man handing out postcards and ‘talking’ people into going into the “Can Can” show that was Read the full article…

1974 International Mime Festival in LaCrosse, Wisconsin

[Translate]                 Dimitri from Switzerland; Menagerie Mime Theatre from San Francisco; Mamako from Tokyo; Noel Parenti from San Francisco; Peter Franklin-White with members of the Elmhurst Ballet School from Surrey, England; Ladislav Fialka and Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Monstrous Progeny”

[Translate] MONSTROUS PROGENY Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel Frankenstein is its own type of monster mythos that will not die, a corpus whose parts keep getting harvested to animate new artistic creations. What makes this tale so adaptable and so resilient Read the full article…