Small Towne Short Stories – Autumn

This collaborative video, created by Ryan Rozar, documents the live podcast discussion at the community based Orange Home Grown Farmers and Artisans Market with historian Phil Brigandi, Megan Penn, Executive Director of Orange Home Grown, and Barbara Resnick of the Orange Community Historical Society.  This conversation was moderated by journalist Alyssa Duranty and recorded and published on our podcast, The How The Why.READ MORE

Conversations – Little Island

A Black Hill Press interview with Brett Arnold, author of Avalon, Avalon. His Contemporary American Novella tells the story of three young men who embark on a hiking trip across Santa Catalina Island before their post-high school lives pull them apart. This mini-documentary was directed by Ryan Rozar.
Author: Brett Arnold
Director: Ryan Rozar
Ryan Rozar / “Theme to Avalon”

Conversations – Artist Impressions

A Black Hill Press interview with Tuna Bora. Tuna created the cover artwork for the Tuna Bora Collection which includes three Contemporary American Novellas–Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley, Bellies and Buffalos, and Avalon, Avalon. This mini-documentary was directed by Ryan Rozar.
Artist: Tuna Bora
Director: Ryan Rozar /
Ryan Rozar / “Tuna’s Theme”

Routineology – Carrie A. Golden

Taking daily walks have contribute more to boosting my imagination than most anything else. Since we left our crazy lifestyle back in the East for a more rural one up in North Dakota, I’ve been greeted with this scenery every morning.READ MORE

Routineology – Eden Maxwell

My studio cabin is off the grid on an ashram in the high desert. There are few outside distractions to my art, other than those that I succumb to myself. READ MORE