I finally got my new product launched on indiegogo last week and thanks to some wonderful supporters, it reached it’s goal in four days!
It’s been a lot of work, and I’m proud to finally have it out there. Below is a quick clip. The full presentation and a way to order is up at www.indiegogo.com/gropener:
Loaded trays from Karl’s Deli.
I’m back. I’ve been back, actually. The time away left me with so much work to do and catch up with that I haven’t had a chance to tend to this blog.
Here are a few from Northern Ghana–Bolgatanga and Sumbrungu in the Upper East Region. I was there to photograph basketweavers for Ti-A Baskets. I did my Peace Corps service 40 miles down the road in Bawku in the ’90s, so it was great to have an opportunity to hook up with old friends and see how things have changed there.
Apartment building in Bolgatanga (Bolga)
Chiefs home in Sumbrungu
Buying grass for weaving in Bolga
A Basketweaver in Sumbrungu
Young Drummers performing in Sumbrungu
Women from Sumbrungu, singing and dancing.
At a party in Sumbrungu
You've Earned It - Bolga
Been busy prepping for a photo gig in Ghana this month, so have gotten a bit behind on this blog. 2 weeks ago, I was privileged to be a guest on the Denver Diatribe, talking restaurants and other stuff.
Check it out here.