Episodes

Season 2 | Episode 3 - Tom, 2001

The story behind, Tom, the man standing on the street corner looking at the smoldering ruins of the World Trade Center..

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Season 2 | Episode 2 - Acey, 2022

Acey is a curator of everyday moments but also one of those rare examples of lovingkindness.

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Season 2 | Episode 1 - Nicole and Caleb, 2005

The story behind a picture that all came together when it felt like the world was falling apart..

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Season 1 | Episode 5 - Joe, 2017

As the weather is increasingly on our minds, I am bringing you an episode I began putting together back in August of 2020, after Hurricane Isais knocked out power to our home in Connecticut and as the pandemic was gripping the country. It’s a sort of scrap book of seemingly prosaic sounds that turned out to have more meaning as time passed. .

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Season 1 | Episode 4 - Steeplechase Pier, 1991

When the weather gets warm, it always reminds me of Summers past. Some of those memories feel like a lifetime ago. For this episode, I bring you the story behind one of my most beloved Summer images. A time in my life so frozen in the amber of time that I can barely imagine living it in the first place..

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Season 1 | Episode 3 - Batouly, 2020

Batouly Camara, activist, entrepreneur and former UConn Basketball player, reflects on her life and faith and how it has led her to become a leader who empowers girls through basketball and sports..

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Season 1 | Episode 2 - Mckensi and Patrick, 2021

I happened upon Mckensi and Patrick one summer day at Horsebarn Hill, a favorite destination in the small town in Northeastern Connecticut where I live. They were sitting, watching the sun set in the tall grass that would soon be hay for the cows grazing yards away. .

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Season 1 | Episode 1 - Russ, 2016

For awhile now, I have been thinking about telling stories in a new way by creating audio around a single photograph. Making pictures is so much about putting a frame around the world and excluding everything else. I believe, this is where photography gets its power..

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