Pilgrimography is a virtual version of a pilgrim’s notebook. I’m documenting my everyday life, and daydreaming about art, museums and cityscapes. I studied Comparative Literature at Princeton, taught in China through Princeton in Asia, then moved to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2007 and to Iraq in 2014. I facilitated elections in Kosovo, conducted political monitoring in Ukraine just after the annexation of Crimea, was a Bosnian TV talk show host, shot rap music videos, produced a youth TV show in southern Bosnia and partied in Kurdistan after the fall of Mosul. I’ve written for Balkan Insight and MIT’s CoLab Radio. Contact me on twitter or comment on the blog, I would love to hear from you.
Some favorite posts:
Country Fair (photo essay)
A charm invests a face – (photo illustration)
Prairie church (Phoenix, AZ)
Actuality film (my first documentary)