Home (no place like it) —

So what’s all this about?!

An American immigrant, trying to avoid the traps that await and navigating the mysteries and beauties of a life abroad, starting in France, then the UK, then Germany, and now, at last, back in France. France was always the goal of this peregrination and here we are.

A photographer, a musician, a librarian and archivist, struggling with writing about all of this. If you know your John Cale discography, you know where the title came from.

You can find the latest briefs from abroad in the links below this, where it says “Recent Posts”… so for now, a bientôt!

Blaine, Washington
Blaine, Washington

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