Category Archives: new orleans

“A Storm Called Katrina” Uses the Picture Book Format to Document a Boy and His Family’s Escape From the New Orleans Disaster

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ The paintings are the real strength of the 2011 Picture book A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and illustrated by Colin Bootman. A

“A Storm Called Katrina” Uses the Picture Book Format to Document a Boy and His Family’s Escape From the New Orleans Disaster

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ The paintings are the real strength of the 2011 Picture book A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and illustrated by Colin Bootman. A

“Zane and the Hurricane” Imagines One Boy’s Perspective on Living Through Hurricane Katrina

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ Tackling  a historical, national event is a daunting task for any author. Make it an event from recent history and the difficulty increases. Now

“Zane and the Hurricane” Imagines One Boy’s Perspective on Living Through Hurricane Katrina

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ Tackling  a historical, national event is a daunting task for any author. Make it an event from recent history and the difficulty increases. Now

“The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans” is a Glorious, Gory, True Crime, Horror, Graphic Novel

Unbeknownst to me, Author and Illustrator Rick Geary has been producing a series of glorious true crime graphic novels since the 1980's. His first series, A Treasury of Victorian Murders included volumes on Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, H.H. Holmes

“The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans” is a Glorious, Gory, True Crime, Horror, Graphic Novel

Unbeknownst to me, Author and Illustrator Rick Geary has been producing a series of glorious true crime graphic novels since the 1980's. His first series, A Treasury of Victorian Murders included volumes on Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, H.H. Holmes

American Crime Story Season 2: Hurricane Katrina – Will You Watch?

Having just finished watching Season 1 of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I find myself anxious to see what’s next in this gripping series. Ryan Murphy has merged his dark sensibilities, in-depth character development, well-paced storytelling techniques,

American Crime Story Season 2: Hurricane Katrina – Will You Watch?

Having just finished watching Season 1 of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I find myself anxious to see what’s next in this gripping series. Ryan Murphy has merged his dark sensibilities, in-depth character development, well-paced storytelling techniques,

UNCLE SUSAN Slaps New Orleans 

On a quick spin through New Orleans last week I came across dozens of slaps, sketches, and drawings by an artist with the moniker: UNCLE SUSAN. (I was only able to stop to photograph a few, which I’ll share here). 

UNCLE SUSAN Slaps New Orleans 

On a quick spin through New Orleans last week I came across dozens of slaps, sketches, and drawings by an artist with the moniker: UNCLE SUSAN. (I was only able to stop to photograph a few, which I’ll share here). 

Paint, Chalk and Stickers on New Orleans Streets – November 2016

All photos are untouched and unfiltered – just sharing what was seen on a couple of streets, over a couple of days in New Orleans, LA in November of 2016.    

Paint, Chalk and Stickers on New Orleans Streets – November 2016

All photos are untouched and unfiltered – just sharing what was seen on a couple of streets, over a couple of days in New Orleans, LA in November of 2016.    

A Few Lil’ Painted Bits From New Orleans 

All shot on iPhone- zero edits or filters. All around New Orleans from June 23-25, 2016. 

A Few Lil’ Painted Bits From New Orleans 

All shot on iPhone- zero edits or filters. All around New Orleans from June 23-25, 2016.