Short Stories and Poems

Jimmy and Bill shot themselves when alcohol didn’t work anymore. The grip of of loneliness pulled them in. Blood coagulates as it does. We become offline-a searchable obit. But mostly scrolled by. The syllabus of our few decades fades in an obsolete file cabinet. The narrow brown mare looks suspiciously, nips, shifts, and dances beneath my weight. I am a bother to her. She decides not to throw me this time. But make no mistake, I am dispensable, quickly replaced by the next student.


A study in light, color, and form. Created in studio with a collection of damaged lenses that I’ve acquired over the years. This print is available as a 18×24 inch giclee print on archival paper.

Each print is signed by the artist, and is limited to an edition of 300.

His latest work is A Life Well-Lived, a collection of photos and stories of people across Nebraska highlighting their stories from the past 50 years. These are photographs and stories of those who might be unremembered in the rush of history.

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