If you have enjoyed my previous Ramen Rambles posts, I am pleased to announce that they have just been released in book form.
Ramen Rambles – the book – is the latest in my series of compact, self-published books available through the on-demand publisher, Blurb Books. This is the fourth in a string of publications devoted to walking methodologies and resultant photographic observation. Fourth in what will be an extensive series of books that, I hope, will cumulatively become an extensive collection entitled An Encyclopedia of Walking (or something snappier).
Like the other three books this one is a soft cover 7” x 7” format but a bit longer, weighing in at 148 pages. The cost is higher than the others. Check my Blurb Bookstore for details.
So why would anyone want to purchase Ramen Rambles, the book? Here are six good reasons: Continue reading
On September 17, 2015, an exhibition of my latest photographic project, Night Atlas, will open at the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. I’ll be at the opening, which runs from 7:00-10:00 PM so, if you have a chance, drop by and say hello.
Here are the details:
Night Atlas: Photographs by David Firman
September 17 to October 31, 2015
Opening: Sepember 17, 7:00 PM
Winnipeg Architectural Foundation
266 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg
The show is presented as part of Winnipeg’s second annual Flash Photography Festival which runs from October 1-31, 2015.
On August 8, 2014 I posted the first post to my brand new blog, WalkClickMake. And here we are, one year later, celebrating the first year anniversary of the blog!
Criss-cross rhythms that explode with happiness.
That’s the translation of Osibisa, the name of a Ghanian music group that debuted in 1971. The phrase is the first ‘lyric’ heard on the first track, The Dawn, on their first album, Osibisa. It has stuck with me over the years and I often find myself involuntarily replaying the song in my mind and repeating that simple phrase: Criss-cross rhythms that explode with happiness. Continue reading