Monthly Archives: May 2006

sitting with ghosts

I wish I could get up on some giant stage and sing a sad love song to everyone I know. But since this isn’t feasible for many reasons, namely the fact that I have a terrible singing voice, I decided … Continue reading

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Too Many Matt McCormicks

You really become aware of how many people share your name when you Google yourself. I have no more right to the name than anyone else, but there are just way too many Matt McCormicks out there these days. McCormick … Continue reading

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denture work of the future

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ghost city (detroit part 2)

I’m not really sure why I have such a fascination with abandoned buildings. I know that they’re ultimately a negative thing, that they are a strain on a local economy and often an environmental catastrophe. An abandoned building is a … Continue reading

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detroit rock city

Today I find myself in Detroit Michigan, getting ready to show my films at Wayne State University. It is pretty amazing that I made it here- for the past week I have been in a severe mental fog and have … Continue reading

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looking for ghosts

A couple of days ago, me and my pal Bill Brown drove out to Eastern Oregon to search for ghost towns. Bill was in town for the PDX Fest showing his new film “The Other Side,” and once the fest … Continue reading

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blink twice if you can hear me

I always seem to get in on new trends way late. I used to pretend that I was my own island of coolness and just too far ahead of the curve to be appreciated by the masses, but I have … Continue reading

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