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I'm an editor, designer, performer, artist and writer. I oversee the web and print offerings of The Collector's Guide, and I'm co-founder and co-director of Ecotone Physical Theatre. When not doing any of that, I can be found puttering about my South Valley hacienda and I can be relatively easily persuaded by good food.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
The sky, primarily. Certainly the people and culture, too, as well as its unique blend of cosmopolitan nerdiness and parochial hipness, never mind its splendid location within the upper Rio Grande watershed. A lazy train to Santa Fe is just icing on the proverbial cake.
Thanks for your comment today! I just saw that you have a connection to gamelan? My undergraduate alma mater in the CA bay area had an amazing gamelan that I just thought was the coolest thing going. How can I find out about Albuquerque gamelan goings on?
Thanks for joining Albuquerque Theatre. I ran across the Ecotone site while working on our links page. Seems like we might have some things in common, performance-wise. I'm very interested to see your work, and hope you might make it to our current run. Cheers.