After 11 days of shooting spread out through last June – October, and nearly nine months of editing this school year, need I preface any further? Modern Old-Time Fiddling: A
Last night I spoke with the fiddler from Fox n Hounds before their show at Dick’s Den in Columbus. The music was amazing, I got to play with glowing bar
…held in Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville tonight. I stayed for younger and older age categories and kind of skipped out on the my-aged people. It was nice to have
I’m only staying in Galax for two days, enough to get the jist of things without becoming overwhelmed by the crowd this weekend. This just about gets the job done.
When I arrived at the Old Fiddler’s Convention around noon only one fiddler was awake and jamming. I circled the entire park, talked to a few vendors, and was advised
Let’s get down to the music. The first, Bob Shank leading a slow banjo jam. Next two, jamming with Gailanne & Roger of Jubal’s Kin, Andrew Zinn on banjo, and
I spent my second day of the festival alternately worried that I would 1) overshoot to ruin my school year, and 2) undershoot to ruin my project. While this should
After the first evening of the Appalachian String Band Festival I’m delightfully overwhelmed. Tonight I left the audio/video nonsense in the hotel and tried to remember how to shoot (after
I’m really trying to push this Kickstarter business and we’re almost done. I’ve asked several fiddle/music blogs for plugs and continue to wait. I send out emails and facebook posts
The first leg of my master’s project is complete, and with 3-4 more legs left before this lopsided animal gets off the ground, I’ve turned to crowd-sourcing for help. For
Heather is a Video Production Specialist and OU VisCom alum. She lives in Baltimore with her husband, two cats and a failing vegetable garden.