Well, let's see if I can dig up some pics:
First and foremost, I've been studying traditional Australian Aboriginal culture in the 'Top End' through art, culture and music for the past 8 years- and am trying to learn Gupapuyngu, a language spoken by Yolngu in NC and NE Arnhemland. This passion for Aboriginal culture and music led me to open JDIDJ
, my attempts to give traditional didjeridu craftsmen recognition in the marketplace.
Here's a picture of me leading a workshop on traditional didjeridu technique on a smoking Ambrose Cameron mago in Ithaca, NY in mid-July.
I also play rugby for a Division II club team in Lancaster, PA called the Roses.
Over the past year, I've devoted more serious study to West African djembe technique after drumming 'lost' for a couple of years, performing with a group called Imani