So this year has been a wild ride. It started with incredibly high hopes, which were then dashed as pretty much the entire world ground to a halt in the wake of COVID 19. Going into this year I had intended to hit the ground running with podcast episodes that would be easy to record … Continue reading As the Year of the Apocalypse Comes to a Close
As Early 2019 Draws to a Close
The first update on the state of things for 2019, I discuss current projects, upcoming ideas, and how I generally plan to keep improving Anthrospin.
Getting Spinning: A How-To Guide
A basic guide for the individual interested in cycling, with a bias towards versatility.
Anthrospin’s Videography Kit part 2
This post details the development of my equipment since Rhode Island's Industrial Revolution, which taught me a lot about the do's and don'ts of film making and what I needed moving forward.
Bring on 2019! But…let me finish 2018 first.
As 2018 comes to a close, I reflect on what I've accomplished and what I've got planned for 2019, all of which is more exciting than anything Anthrospin has done before.
One Person’s Trash is Another Person’s…Afternoon Research Project
A Noxzema jar was found in the sands of a tiny island in Narragansett Bay. This is its story.
On imposter syndrome and the difficulties of creativity in a culture that worships celebrity.
Well…this isn’t at all what I expected.
When I started Pedal Powered Anthropology, I thought for a while about what I would "call" myself. Anthropologist didn't seem to quite fit, although it wasn't inaccurate. I wasn't a "documentarian" or "documentary film maker," although more and more that latter part is coming to the forefront.
Anthrospin’s Videography Kit part 1
This blog takes you from the origins of Anthrospin, through the publishing of my first DVD, detailing how my videography kit started and evolved, and what I used for which projects, including the drawbacks of each incarnation.