I was going through some of my old photos and realized I never published my photos from LibertyCon 2018. Judd and I both took photographs, I just never sent him mine or posted mine. I was originally taking photos to be a supplement to his album, so I didn’t take that many, but there were some gems in here I thought were worth sharing.
This year was my 5th Anarchapulco, and my second speaking on the main stage. I’ve photographed every Anarchapulco I’ve attended, and it’s my hope to compile my photo collections (along with Judd’s) into a book to be sold at Anarchapulco next year: a 5 year retrospective.
I attended NH Liberty Forum this year – I gave a speech about activism through markets, was on a panel about Libertarian Feminism, and mostly just used the trip as an excuse to see my family and friends in New England (it was also my dad’s birthday)! I didn’t take a huge album of photos this year – but I got a couple great shots of people and wanted to share them. Photos include karaoke one night, the Quill, open mic with Dad, and generally hanging out with friends and family. Tag your friends, use your pics wherever you want. 🙂
Finally realized this was published. From back in February, at Anarchapulco! My speech on remembering never to hate a group of people more than you love liberty. Continue reading Anarchapulco 2019 Speech
(Featured photo is from The Atlas Society Gala Dinner in NYC this October) Had a blast on Kibbe on Liberty back in July during Freedom Fest with Naomi, Terry, and Matt. I was also very hungover. Continue reading Better Red Than Dead | Kibbe On Liberty Interview
I was at Burning Man for 5 days this year, camped at Esplanade & A (Honey Puddle). One of our neighbors was the incomparable Death Guild Thunderdome, and as in 2017, I took the vast majority of my photographs during two nights of fighting there. Shooting action shots with a manual focus is a really fun challenge. I have a very shallow depth of field and I shot wide open, so my photos are a little soft, but enjoy!
“I can’t control what someone might say about me once I’m gone. But I can control myself, and the choices I make, and the life I live, and I can do things deliberately and with intention — I can live … Continue reading Remembering the Dead to Remember How To Live