January 29, 2021

Since last summer, I have been working with the It Did Happen Here podcast production team (mainly producer Erin Yanke) as the “visual asset coordinator” digging up images (photos, posters) from personal and public archives that accompany the stories.  It Did Happen Here is an independently produced podcast that documents the fight against Portland Oregon based racist white skinheads in the 1980s and 1990s after the murder of Mulugeta Seraw. The 11 episodes feature interviews with many people who worked together and reveals the unlikely collaboration between groups of immigrants, civil rights activists, militant youth and queer organizers who came together to successfully confront neo-nazi violence and right wing organizing in the Rose City. All eleven episodes are available now wherever you find podcasts.

January 16, 2021

My partner John and I went to Alvord Hot Springs for Christmas this past December. These stills are from videos I shot on December 24, 2020. 

January 1, 2021

I made a quick video using footage from Tippy Sidelong (aka Cynthia Nelson).

Performed by The Grand Style Orchestra

VOCAL CHORUS (in order of apearance): Shorty Grapes, Cointel Joe, Aoi Swimming, Aurelia, Capitol Buttercup, Chester Radish, Dan Currin, Tippy Sidelong, Sha Sha Beautyrest, George Wilson, Johnny Buffalo, Clarence Jacobs, Mark Derby, Venable, Holly, Eliza, Josephine, Moxie Daybreak, Lois, Gerdy Cuff, Plucky Pickins

MUSIC by the CORE-CHESTRAJohnny Buffalo - trumpet, kalimbaCapitol Buttercup - violin, glockenspeilGerdy Cuff - tromboneShorty Grapes - Kurzweil electric piano, alto saxLee Greengiant - tenor saxophoneCointel Joe - cornetPlucky Pickins - electric bassTippy Sidelong - flute

VIDEO by Anna Log & Tippy Sidelong

credits by Shorty Grapes
Release date: Midnight, 1 January 2021Video (c) 2021 Supermegacorporation