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Apr.05.2009
The Candid Frame #42 podcast - Sean Arbabi Ibarionex Perrello does a popular podcast entitled “The Candid Frame”, interviewing well-known and successful photographers. During my time in Chicago lecturing at the BetterPhoto summit in October 2007, Ibarionex and I spoke about the photo industry, and...
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Mar.26.2009
Traditional fiddle tune, played on harmonica
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Mar.17.2009
Soon after my book was published, I was interviewed by Scott Sheppard of Inside Digital Photo Radio. We talked about the state of digital photography, shooting assignments and my digital workflow, as well as my aspirations to teach the world about photography, and be known as the PhotoGuru....
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Mar.01.2009
This is a poem Renee wrote that is performed with original music by David Ornette Cherry (www.davidornettecherry.com) and recorded in 2008 on his CD: Cherry Jam: Open Mic, available on iTunes.com
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Mar.01.2009
NYC radio host Barbara Singer interviews Renee Mitchell in 2006 about her writing and performances to educate women about domestic violence.
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Mar.01.2009
NYC radio host Barbara Singer interviews Renee Mitchell in 2006 about her writing and performances to educate women about domestic violence.
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Mar.01.2009
NYC's Talk Radio News interviews Renee Mitchell, survivor of domestic violence, on recent completion of writing a play through poetry, music and dance, and how she plans to teach others on domestic violence through creative means.(10:44)
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Feb.23.2009
Music: Jerome Kern Lyrics: Dorothy Fields For the movie "Father of the Bride" (1991) Once upon a time, whenever I heard this song, I would think about a woman who I thought was the love of my life. I even came up with a dance to go with it. Unfortunately, all that glitters is not gold, and that...
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Feb.20.2009
Extract from my monologue Tired of your lies. Tired of your lies is a one person show about Mexicans & mexican-americans dealing with their inner struggle of being multiracial an living in multicultural communities in southern California
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Feb.20.2009
Conquering the world-One person show