The world is beautiful because of all the horror we’ve seen and know. Without horror, we would not have beauty.
When I looked outside my window and saw it was snowing, I threw on a jacket, boots and my hat and decided I was going to do something that would capture the mood of DIVIDE THE DAWN, the last book in the AULD IRISHTOWN trilogy. I walked over to Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn and shot this. Then put some acoustic guitar over it.
I live directly between the Statue of Liberty and a humungous cemetery. Between death and hope. That’s where we all live.