A Photographic Portrait of Moogfest, 2019

(Photo courtesy of Moogfest.)
Taken in the Modular Marketplace.
Eli Keszler drumming at Moogfest, in Fletcher Hall of Carolina Theatre.
(That’s Eli, behind the drums.)
(This is not Eli.)
Action shot at the keyboard at a workshop called “Own Your Voice: Electronic Music Making as a Source of Personal Liberation” hosted by musician and activist Madame Gandhi.
“I am one of many and many of one.”

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Writer, runner, music enthusiast. Exploring connections between creativity + art, lifestyle, and entrepreneurship through a series of interviews.

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