“I think if things aren’t on the Internet, they’re being ignored, even by scholars.” —Gene DeAnna, head of the recorded-sound section, Library of Congress.
It has become essential today to maintain a Web presence, for individuals as much as for institutions. If you are a writer, an artist, a photographer, an architect, a musician, a composer, an actor, it is equally crucial, even if you have “arrived.” Journalists, scholars, potential clients, and the general public need a basic address where they can find samples of your work and accurate information about it and yourself. Unlike a newspaper article or a Wikipedia entry, you control the data on the site and how it is presented. » Read the rest of this entry «
Research and writing on classical music, opera, theatre, art, photography, literature, and travel.
Editing: articles, lectures, and books on the arts, history, fiction, travel, languages, religion, the Classics. I specialize in perfecting English texts by non-native speaking journalists, writers, artists, and academics.
Translations from and into French, German, Italian and English; from Ancient Greek and Latin, specializing in literary texts.
Photography: events in the arts, theater, artwork, landscape, architecture, the urban environment, objets trouvés,
Organization of exhibitions and consultation with collectors in European and American paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs.
Web site creation: design, writing, editing, illustration, and maintenance (WordPress, tumblr, and html).