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Social Dress New Orleans - 730 Days After from OPP on Vimeo 

Takashi Horisaki and a small team of volunteers were working 20-hour days in the 100-degree heat when OPP found them completing an art project in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans. Working on a largely abandoned block of the city, they worked with a mission to remind people of "what is still happening" in NOLA two years after the floods.

Takashi's ambitious media project involved the laborious process of covering the surface of the shotgun-style house in latex and cheesecloth to create a replica that itself could be "displaced" as a sculpture.

Falling Together in New Orleans: Vignette 4 looks at the process and motivations and then visits the artist and the sculpture at it's first home in New York City's Socrates Sculpture Park.

Takashi hopes to displace the sculpture across the U.S. and world to raise awareness about the still displaced people of New Orleans struggling to return home.

The film features music by Kevn Kinney. (



Touring with Ani DiFranco: Hurricane Katrina Media Tour

This was our first road trip with a GPS (thanks for the present mom!). Total virgins. And I have realized that a GPS is an all or nothing commitment. Otherwise you are constantly validating the robotic woman's voice with a map and all the benefit is lost. So you put your faith in the stars (literally) and just drive. I also never realized how unerving the the phrase "calculating route" can be (for non GPS'ers, that means you just took a wrong turn and are "off track" and the GPS is realigining its position on the globe. Typical suggestion: "do a legal u-turn as soon as possible". Our GPS is a Magellan, and we have developed a true love-hate relationsip with it, like any good technology. Hence the title of this blog post. Ok, enough GPS tallk...

We just finished three nights in a row with a great audience in Asheville last night. We had little in the way of expectations, but we have been able to personally talk to several hundred people about the grassroots media projects, added several dozen people to our email list, have given away a ton of cool stickers and cards spreading the OPP word and most importantly really connected with people on what we are doing. People get it!

One term that is definitely finding resonance with people is "Slow Media Movement", which is a descriptive we have been using for our projects. Bascially long term (over a year per project), self-funded, deep and immersive projects that stand in complete opposition to "fast news" of 24/7 TV culture. People seem to appreciate the perspective they can gain from a slower, more intentional approach and all of the HKMT projects do exatly that. 

We have met at least one person at every show who brings events to college campuses and was interested in the Hurricane Katrina Media Tour (HKMT). Our long term plan for the HKMT is to tour it around continually rotating in slow media and grassroots media projects. So the tour has provided the added benefit of finding people who 1) get ani difranco and 2) educate. What a powerful combination.

It has also been good to meet Buddy Wakefield (Ani's opening act and national slam poet champion - the dude is heavy...) and the other helpful people on the RBR team. Our booth is a pretty overwhelming set-up so it has been nice to de-code that for people and give them a better sense of what we are all about. Below is a quick collection of photos and thoughts.

Drive times / Cities visitied thus far:

Day One/Two: Charleston to Toronto - 21 hours. Wow! 

Day Three: Show in Toronto. Toronto Music Hall on Danforth St. A very cool venue with a great staff that made our first night go very smoothly.

We have experienced all three variations of the "booth set up" in our first three shows. Toronto falls into the "card table" category. Very nice for tight crowded spaces. We had a very busy night as the table was right next to the performance hall entrance and there was only one other tabler who was handing out newspapers for the Candian Green Party.

Most shows we can take turns and duck in for a few tunes. The soundboard was right inside the door next to our table. Ani talked about doing a "lobbying day" in Washington DC for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project. How as they visited the senators offices the aides would all ask "what did so and so say?" and that it was all quite high schoolish. That at the end of most meetings they would say "well, you know Senator so-and-so is not really that powerful, we can't really help". She told the crowd: "I was like, oh, Im sorry I thought they were a senator, that they got to vote on like laws and stuff. I must have the wrong city."

Day Four: Toronto to Boston - 9 hours Orpheum Theater in Boston, MA. Right across from the Boston Common, tucked away in an alley like it was forgotten by all the development around it. A very, very old school theatre that was good sized and intimate at the same time.

Setting up at the Orpeum. Here we had scenario 2 "sharing" - sharing a 8 foot table with another organization. There were four of us tabling: Amnesty International, Dennis Kucinich 2008 (Dennis was at the show) and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (

The gentleman to Farrah's right (who we met later in the night and shared our table) is Jay Gustafaro a Gloucester fisherman who was a member of the Clamshell Alliance - the first organization in the United States to oppose commercial nuclear energy plants over thirty years ago. Jay is an amazing guy with with a real intention to what he is doing. He is involved in a project to create a book of photos from that period of activist history; so that it is not forgotten. A very important project. See the website for the project including the incredible photos

Day Five: Boston to Baltimore - 7 hours. Baltimore was the sweet hook up with tons of space behind the booth and a whole table to ourselves! The space was amazing (I can't believe I did not take a picture of the outside) -- a beautiful symphony hall. Met a ton of great people.

Farrah working it at the booth. She can flat pitch some slow media movement.  

Day six: Baltimore to Asheville - 9 hours. A nice corner set up. This was supposed to be a shared 8 foot table, but no one showed up to claim the other half so we floated after the doors open to a full table...nice! Again sharing some space with NIRS and some great folk who had worked on the Kucinich campaign. We had huge traffic at the table all night. 

Farrah talking about the projects. We are rotating playing the DVD's between Katrina Ballads, Social Dress New Orleans and Embedded Artist (Post Katrina Portraits). People are digging all the projects and the media circus give aways. When we have electricity we can plug in speakers (Baltimore, Asheville only so far).

Day Seven: A day off, we just have to get to Atlanta by midnight for the show tomorrow. 

-Posted by Mitchell

Farrah& Buddy Wakefield (poet extraordinaire) sporting an OPP Media Circus T!

Day 8: Atlanta - Our final show before we pass it off to Marcus & Amanda

We made it to Atlanta delirious from travel & thankful for the interesting experience of being on tour with Ani DiFranco & Buddy Wakefield. Our good friends, Beth & Joe came to the ATL show to pick up the tour materials and pass pass them off to Marcus & Amanda who finished the tour off in Durham, DC & NYC so that we could get to our documentary shoot in Costa Rica the next day! Thank you Beth, Joe, Marcus, & Amanda!!!

Kayesha (gets down with OPP) working the Amnesty Int. petitions!

Amanda preparing for the crowd in Durham

Day 10: Marcus and Amanda pick it up in Durham

Day 12: Washington, DC 

Day 14: Final Show in NYC 

Thank you Righteous Babe Records for the opportunity to connect with your loyal & intelligent fans. We met so many wonderful folk who appreciate our work, thanks & peace.







A portion of every dollar we make goes back into the communities we serve. In our short life OPP is proud to have given time, assistance and money across this list of fantastic organizations:

  • Common Ground Collective 
  •  has a mission to provide short term relief for victims of hurricane disasters in the gulf coast region, and long term support in rebuilding the communities affected in the New Orleans area. Common Ground is a community-initiated volunteer organization offering assistance, mutual aid and support. The work gives hope to communities by working with them, providing for their immediate needs and emphasizing people working together to rebuild their lives in sustainable ways. 
  • Mama D  (Dyan French Cole, 7th Ward Activist, New Orleans) Local community activist neighborhood matriarch Dyan “Mama D” French lead the grassroots group "Soul Patrol," made up of volunteers from all over the country. Mama D and the Soul Patrol stayed behind to help their neighborhood, their neighbors and themselves during and after the flooding. Her home became a revolving door for people in need of community, food and medical attention.
  • Takashi Horisaki and a small team of volunteers were working 20-hour days in the 100-degree heat when OPP found them completing an art project in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans. Working on a largely abandoned block of the city, they worked with a mission to remind people of "what is still happening" in NOLA two years after the floods.

  • Emergency Communities is a non-profit organization that employs compassion and creativity to provide community-based disaster relief. Since Katrina, we have operated four relief sites, served over 300,000 meals and 25,000 residents of the Gulf.

  • The Palast Investigative Fund is a 501c-3 registered not-for-profit Foundation. All donations are tax-deductible and go 100% towards supporting the Palast reports and investigations. The Palast Investigative Fund is managed by the International Humanities

  • The Tipitina's Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving the cultural legacy of New Orleans through music education for the youth and providing programs that support working musicians of New Orleans and the Gulf Region. Since Hurricane Katrina, the Foundation has donated over one million dollars worth of instruments to New Orleans Area schools as well as programs that benefit musicians of all ages.

  • Charleston Kids with Cameras is an on-going mentorship program formed to help inner city boys and girls see both the world beyond their neighborhoods and the opportunities available to

  • Yes is a World is a nonprofit organization working to promote peace and social change through musical diversity and the collaboration of young artists. Our accomplishments to date include large-scale performances featuring solo acts, choirs and orchestras; small recitals by individual artists; and fund-raising benefits supporting other humanitarian organizations.

  • Katrina Ballads is a brand new collection of songs inspired by the tragic events surrounding Hurricane Katrina. This work uses entirely primary-source texts to paint a rich musical portrait of that devastating and telling week in September 2005. Setting the words of flood survivors, relief workers, politicians and celebrities, New York composer Ted Hearne creates a cutting-edge musical experience and a vivid look into America's darkest hours. The music is rhythmic, theatrical, and American to the core, possessing an edgy post-minimalist drive and a deep jazz influence. It is a moving performance, challenging us to remember and reflect upon our own history.

  • The Connection TV Network, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, works through a spirit of affirmation and acceptance, promoting understanding, celebrating diversity, and presenting the human side of social issues.

  • Small World News / Alive in Baghdad Alive in Baghdad is empowering Iraqis to share their stories with the world, and provides a place of education and interaction for global citizens interested in the real life political, military, economic and social situation in Iraq. Above all, Alive in Baghdad is devoted to empowering Iraqi citizen journalists to share their stories with the world in a personal, candid and non-bureaucratic way. We endeavor to cut through the red tape and politics of corporate news and deliver the real stories, from real people, everyday.

  • Pura Vida No Pro is a surf event held every year in Jaco, Costa Rica to benefit the orphans from Casa De Suenos in San Jose, CR. To learn more visit

  • Camp Can Do / SC Burned Children's Fund MUSC Burned Children's Hospital Fund is a continuation of a program founded in 1986 by South Carolina's firefighters and MUSC Children's Hospital to ease the recovery process for MUSC's pediatric burn patients and their families. Donations to this fund support South Carolina's only referral center for pediatric burns, MUSC Children's Hospital Pediatric Burn Center.

  • SC Lowcountry Environmental Education Program (LEEP) with a mission to provide opportunities for students of all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds to explore South Carolina's natural environment through experiential learning.

  • The Charleston Tibetan Society The Charleston Tibetan Society is a non-profit religious and educational organization under the spiritual direction of Geshe Dakpa Topgyal. It was founded in 1994 with three missions: to increase the awareness of Tibet and its unique culture, to bring the major world religions together to make a more effective contribution to humanity and world peace, and to raise funds to help Tibetan refugees living in India, Nepal and

  • New Music Collective (NMC) The New Music Collective (NMC) is a brand new hybrid of an arts organization devoted to the composition, production, and promotion of new music. We hope to educate the public about new music through concerts, performances, workshops and collaborations with artists of every medium. We are part performing ensemble, part composers collective, part concert presenter, and part arts event coordinator. The NMC is comprised mainly of 3 local musicians and composers, in addition to a "collective" of performers that help supplement the ensemble as needed for each concert. The term “NEW” doesn’t have a lot of limitations for the New Music Collective, as we plan on mixing genres, styles, ensembles, and artistic traditions all across the board. We plan to focus on music and art that is new and has been recently composed, but we will also pay homage to those who started the sounds that made it necessary to create a genre called “new music” in the first place. 




OPP has completed the graphics for our traveling sideshow booth. The graphics are also available as stickers, postcards and on t-shirts. We call them the "OPP MEDIA CIRCUS". Thanks to our friends at Fuzzco who collaborated on these with us. Check it out...



Falling Together in New Orleans won an audience award for the 2007 ConvergeSouth Film Festival!

We spent a weekend at the ConvergeSouth conference in Greensboro, NC. One of the first things our colleagues and friends Dan Conover & Janet Edens (married) said when we first met was that we needed to attend this show. Dan totally made it happen (We still owe him for the hotel room) and it was a pretty amazing experience.

FTNO Vignette Three: Emergency Communities in the Lower 9 was a feature of the ConvergeSouth Film Festival and screened to a large and very media-savvy audience. The movie was very well received (the winner of the audience award is announced next week...) and it was nice to see responses from industry leaders that our work has a unique style and ability to reach people effectively on important subject matter.

The screening opportunity was created by a new mistress of OPP communications and PR - Kerri Glover (we came to terms on working a project together as we were taking a cab from LaGuardia to JFK and she had booked this gig by the time we landed in Amsterdam...pretty quick work). Kerri has worked for Clinton-Gore, has been a presidential cabinet press secretray, managed PR for the Sierra Club, written for Huffington Post and launched several international technology businesses in her previous life. She is also one of the easiest people to be around I have ever met.

Some 2007 ConvergeSouth highlights for Mitchell:

  • Watching Farrah go one-on-one with Jason Calacanis the uber-tech entrepreneur from silicon valley. While I was running my yap on the phone during the lunch break she was schmoozing with the guy who founded Silicon Alley Reporter, WebLogs and now Jason gave a very nice keynote interview on day one of the conference. I could relate to a number of his observations on how entrepreneurs find (or invent) some sort of moral vindication for our desire to turn ideas into reality. The guy was honest and forthright.  This was not a "lets make a bunch of money" conference and he did a great job of fitting in. I had a short chat with him but have decided Farrah needs to do the follow up...

    Farrah and Jason Calacanis discussing issues in the middle east (seriously). Photo by Sue Polinksy.

  • Geting to know Saskia Wilson-Brown and Brandon Gross from Current TV, as well as Jason McHugh the producer of the upcoming jam-band mockumentary Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo. The film, being released nationally on Nov. 9th, is directed by Les Claypool and features cameos from Mike Gordon (Phish), Warren Haynes, and Bob Weir. Check out the trailer

    We had dinner with Jason and heard the story of how he, Matt Stone and Trey Parker (creators of South Park) got started in filmmaking together. It is not often you get to have dinner with a guy who has a South Park character based on himself. 

    Saskia and Brandon also both really impressed me - going way beyond job description with the time they gave to the festival events and people. Being the closest thing to "suits" at the event, they  did a gracious  job talking about Current TV with a sometimes subtly hostile crowd.

    We definitely hope to hook up with the three of them when we are on the west coast this winter and We will be placing some FTNO vignettes on the Current TV platform over the coming few weeks (hopefully before the Ani tour). Below are the three of them on a panel they hosted on "Moving Images on the Web". 

    Saskia, Jason and Brandon get down to bidness. Photo by Sue Polinksy.

  • Meeting and learning from a host of great people including: Evil Genius Chronicles founder and leading southeast PODcaster Dave SlusherAndy Coon the producer of the ConvergeSouth film festival (and the director of a fantastic documentary titled "Greensboro's Child", which Farrah and I watched tonight). Andy is a talented and killer nice guy we definitely hope to work with in the near future. 

    Also (and I know I will leave some folks out here): Bora Zivkovic who is the country's leading Science Blogger and an incredibly interesting guy, Stewart Pittman (aka Lenslinger) a popular blogger / TV cameraman who writes about the crazy world of local TV news and the experience from behind the lens. Stewart invited me to be part of a blog to book seminar he was hosting and I got to tell the story of the 09/11 8:48 AM book we did with Booksurge back in 2001 (I still call it the world's first blog book...). 

    Among the rest of the cast of characters: Ed Cone - a very funny guy who interviewed Jason Calacanis and is a leading Greensboro blogger and journalist, Billy Jones - The Blogging Poet who is running for mayor of Greensboro and rides a bi-plane bicycle. Billy also manages the online community for the VFW. Thanks to all of you.

    Billy the Blogging Poet set for take off...Photo by Chatham Shooter

  • Doing a Q & A session for film festival attendees with Alive in Bagdhad producer and creator Brian Conley. AIB is a weekly video blog produced by a staff of Iraqi independent journalists and sent by DHL to Brian's team in Philadelphia each week for editing and publication. The site survives on donations, so please help them out. They are doing brave and important work and we will be following up with Brian to see how what he is doing and OPP's mission may fit together.
  • Spending some quality time with Dan, Janet and Kerri (we rode 5-up in a small truck all weekend so we got to know each other well). Dan is one of the most eloquent speakers on the topics of journalism and media I have ever encountered. He hosted two panels and was one of the best speakers of the entire weekend. Janet, is a creative devil who grows on me more evertime we hang out...a true Guerilla Muse. It was also Kerri's first trip to ConvergeSouth and the five of us made a good time crowd. 

    Dan holding court during his presentation on the future of journalism

Very inspiring....Something like this would be great in Charleston!


Resume of Projects

Promotional Videos

Commissioned Documentaries

  • Web of Water / South Carolina / 26 min. / 2008
    This was a joint project with the Lowcountry Environmental Education Program (LEEP), South Carolina Heritage Corridor and South Carolina Educational Television (the PBS affiliate in South Carolina). It is scheduled for broadcast in Spring 2009.     
    - Producer, Camera, Editor, Co-Director, Co-Writer
  • Footprints Journal: Finding Pura Vida / Costa Rica / 19 min. / 2008
    This Cause Marketing Documentary was a joint project with The Quiksilver Foundation and Nalgene Hydration Systems. It premiered at the Charleston International Film Festival in May 2008.
    - Co-Producer, Co-Editor, Writer, Co-Director, Camera Operator, Assistant Director of Photography
  • The South Carolina Burned Children's Fund / Charleston, SC / 26 min. / 2007
    This was a joint project with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and The SC Burned Children's Fund. 
    - Producer, Camera, Editor
  • Dress For Success - Charleston Fashion Week / Charleston, SC / 4 min. / 2009
    A joint project with PDA. Dress for Success relies on the financial contributions, in-kind donations and volunteer efforts of individuals and companies around the world who are committed to helping women take charge of their lives.
    - Producer, Camera, Editor
  • Radiant Mind Retreat Center / In Progress
    This is an "in-progress" project documenting the building and opening of a retreat center in St. George, SC for the Charleston Tibetan Society. 
    - Producer, Camera, Editor

Independent Documentary

  • Falling Together in New Orleans - A Series of Film Vignettes / August 2005 - June 2007
    This was an independent project. I took five trips to New Orleans and created a robust video blog and produced five documentary style vignette / short stories about New Orleans and its recovery after the hurricanes. The total run time of the vignettes are just over an 90 minutes on two DVD's.
    - Producer, Camera, Editor
  • Oyster Man Mike / April 2009 - Selected for 2009 Charleston International Film Festival
  • The Moulin Rouge: A Neighborhood Documentary / In Progress
    This is a project that we are seeking to find funding for in late 2009. The project focuses on the last of Charleston's golden age jazz and funk clubs, the New Moulin Rouge. Owner Bill Wilson moved from New Orleans in the 1980's to keep this legendary club open and is still at it in 2009.
    - Producer, Camera, Editor

  Art / Installation Videos

Film Festivals, Broadcasts, Tours & Awards

Falling Together in New Orleans

Footprints Journal: Finding Pura Vida

Web Of Water (WoW)

  • PBS broadcast throughout 2009

Oyster Man Mike


Event Production



We're very honored to help our friend, Geshe Dakpa Topgyal "Gesha-La" and the Charleston Tibetan Societyin their mission to build the Radiant Mind Retreat Center in St. George, SC. They just finished the first structure on the 28+ acres of land; a traditional Tibetan gate that will welcome future visitors to the retreat. Mitchell & I were there filming in July 2008 for the ceremony & celebration of the gate and I will be interviewing Gesha-La and others involved with the retreat center to create a promotional / fundraising video that will inspire interest, participation, & funding for the retreats completion.

The RMRC will fulfill many diverse needs including:

Offering a sanctuary for those who need time away from their busy and often stressful lives, to contemplate their own internal world while learning how to be compassionate and ethical individuals in a family as well as in society.

Hosting nationwide conferences and teachings on various ways and means to support spiritual growth and development.

Sheltering for Tibetan refugees where they can become accustomed to western culture and environment

Offering a lay teacher training program for English speaking students in response to the Dalai Lama’s request that westerners’ be trained as teachers of Buddhism

Hosting Tibetan cultural festivals, arts, language and traditional healing methods

Providing a compassionate environment for those who would like to spend their last days peacefully

Providing counseling services to individuals who are in need of emotional, spiritual, and mental health support. 


Curious Tales

Curious Tales took place at the Humanities Center as a part of the Piccolo Spoleto festival. It was the premiere of New Music Collective & Phillip White and Kevin Taylor's Variation on Dream musical / movie and also featured many leading charleston musicians, artists and poets such as:

Drew Johnson, David Walen, Farrah Hoffmire, Tom Wrenn, Lucas Causey, Brian Lurie, Baird Hoffmire, Stephanie Smith, Tripp Storm, The Plantation Singers, Jonathan Sanchez, Marcus Amaker, Lindsay Holler, Nathan Koci, Evan LeFlemme, Clint Fore, & Ron Wiltrout.

Event poster again illustrated by the amazing Baird Hoffmire at Electric Paintbrush Studios

Blue Bicycle Books owner Jonathan Sanchez reads from his prose. Jonathan is an amazing performance writer bringing a sense of local journalism to his stories. Do not miss one of his readings.

Marcus Amaker is one of the most sincere and moving poetry "slammers" you will ever see. He graced the Curious Tales event with some of his best performance poetry to date! Marcus is also an extremly talented Graphic Designer here in Charleston.

Here, the powerful and sultry, Lindsay Holler on vocals and Clint Fore on tuba. One of Charleston's New Music Collective's first performances performing their haunting piece; "Variations on a Dream" a movie / music collaboratin by Phillip White & Kevin Taylor. Anyone have audio or video of that? Just great!


Pieces of Sanity

On January 22, 2005, the Pieces of Sanity event project, mixing music, video, performance art, spoken word, and multi-media visual art, was not only a statement of expression and freedom for artists and audiences alike, but also helped raise over $3,000.00 for the Humanities Foundation in their mission to bring affordable housing and children’s arts programs to the surrounding economically depressed community.

Event Poster illustrated by Baird Hoffmire at Electric Paintbrush Studios.


In addition to the event, Pieces of Sanity produced a book that was made available for sale at the event. Assembled as the event production unfolded and sponsored by BookSurge Publishing, the book features art, poetry, photographs, and song lyrics from featured artists and performers.  BookSurge, a pioneer in the print-on-demand book industry was the perfect partner and provided the perfect medium to create a book on the fly, as events are unfolding.

The book was published in real time with the event. Featuring the works of participating artists, musicians and poets. This was our first live event / book publishing project.

Event made possible by the following: Five Loaves Cafe, Mustard Seed, Mobius Beer, Joe Margarite, Karen Kowalski, and Catherine & Greg Atkinson


Farrah Hoffmire

Baird Hoffmire

Michelle Spear

Phillip White

Tony Prete

Susan Gregory

Kelli Bratvold

Mitch Henson



Stephanie Robinson


Lindsay Holler

Phillip White

Ron Wiltrout

Willie Harvey

Mitchell Davis

Jonathan Nicholson

Richard Weld

The Hayloft Saints


Performance art

Josh Kaler



Marcus Amaker

P-Rod/Perry Rodriguez

Denee Daniel

Jonathan Brown

Buzz Johnson


San Francisco Artist Mullet Pony was one of the room inhabitants. Very cool stuff. 


Rebirth New Orleans


ReBirth was a celebration of New Orleans' unique culture, held at the Stern Center at the College of Charleston on August 4, 2006. Over 15 artists donated paintings, photography, pottery, & jewlery. New Orleans Kid Camera Project had an exhibition of photography from kids in severely flood damaged neighborhoods in New Orleans. ReBirth Brass Band from New Orleans was supposed to bring the music for the evening, but unfortunately & to keep it short- they dicked us! Bandmate, Phil Frazier took our money and told us up until the very end that they were coming. It was about an hour or so before the event that we began looking for a back up plan. And, thanks to Ian Sanchez who called a whole "krewe" of other talented musicians he knew around Charleston, a band was cobbled together. The whole thing was amazing, because all the musicians came from different bands & never played together before & yet, they played New Orleans inspired music all night and the crowd was groovin' & everyone could feel the love. It was a true celebration of New Orleans.

- Farrah 

Another amazing poster by Baird Hoffmire at Electric Paintbrush Studios


Multi-Media Art Events

Keeping track of our Event Productions


Remember New Orleans

In the Spring of 2007 we were involved in a series of events called Remeber New Orleans. These projects were done in cooperation with Devin Myer, the founder of Fotos for Humanity. Devin is an amazing guy. Fresh out of college with a swagger of idealism that makes anyone with a heart jealous.

At the first event held at Kudu Coffee we screened Vignette One - Lewis Taylor is Always Home, drank some Peroni's and grooved to Anne Caldwell. That was a great night.

At a later event we screened Vignette 2 for the first time and were graced with music from New Music Collective members Bill Carson and Nathan Koci.

Anne Caldwell and the Magnolia Singers tear it up at Remember New Orleans 



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