Category Archives: Uruguay

Uruguay’s Candombe in Stories of Music

Stories of Music Volume 1 has finally been released! I’m proud to be a part of this multimedia anthology. My piece on the candombe drummers of Uruguay, which previously appeared in Perceptive Travel, was chosen along with works from 40 … Continue reading

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Sick Street Art of Montevideo

Got stencils, wheat paste, and paint? When I spent time in Montevideo, Uruguay, I became fascinated with the city’s spectrum of street art. The walls were talking. I enjoyed listening, and today, Matador Nights just published my photo essay on … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Tomato Pervert

Let’s call it agricultural déjà vu. Last March, I was navigating a crowded outdoor market in Montevideo, Uruguay when I began asking myself the same question that had occurred to me in the cafes of France and Italy, and in … Continue reading

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