See you soon Charleston. See you soon indeed.
“I have simple needs,
just you and my morning tea,
the moment I rise.”
— Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson
Tyler Knott Gregson and the Intersection of Technology and Poetry
A few years ago, Tyler Knott Gregson stumbled upon a typewriter that changed his life. Using a loose page from a used book, he quickly typed out a poem—the first in what would be known as the Typewriter Series. Using found paper or a blackout method, Gregson has written over a thousand poems that were then scanned and uploaded to his Tumblr—some of which can be found in his recent collection Chasers of the Light.
I’d love it if ya’ll checked out the article I recently wrote for Bookish.com. It was fun diving into such a fascinating and relevant topic. I’d love to hear your feedback on it as well, your thoughts on how technology and art are combining today.
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Let sink the red so it can rest before rising again. Let cool the clouds so they do not donate their tears too soon. I will witness the passing of another day, I will smile at my skin, thankful for the colors the sky has lent.
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My photography company, Treehouse Photography, is headed to Charleston, South Carolina this weekend. It has been so wonderful this year, traveling to so many new places, photographing so many new faces, and I must say, we want more. If you or anyone you know is tying the knot, head to treehousephotography.org and click Contact or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Two questions we always get asked, I will answer here: 1) Yes we travel. Anywhere. B) Yes we shoot (and absolutely love!) same-sex weddings :) We cannot wait to hear from you.