Brian Diaz

Growing up, Brian always believed he'd be a novelist and in college studied Creative Writing. But along the way, his grandmother gave him her 35mm SLR. Photography immediately took over his life. After several years of freelance photography, he has found a new love for building websites, growing online communities, and frequenting library book sales.

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“Monumento a la Mexicanidad” (Monument to the Mexican People)
What Is the Red “X” on the El Paso-Juárez Border?

In Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, casting a shadow on the wall along the border with El…

Conchas: The Mexican Culinary Treat with a Loaded History

Move over, churro; there’s another delicious symbol of Mexican heritage headed for a Latinx bakery…

Riverview Station, Asheville, North Carolina
In the Studio: Meet the Artists of Riverview Station, Asheville, NC

Riverview Station a History In the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, alongside the French Broad River,…

Amanda Gorman
Amanda Gorman and the Poetry of Presidential Inaugurations

“Poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world.”  Percy Shelley penned this famous phrase in…

Vinyl Record Subscriptions to Build Your Analog Music Collection

Music is a physical experience.  Sound is nothing more than vibrations in the air, through…

record player and Christmas lights
Library Book Sales and Vinyl LPs are Little Joys We All Need

I love library book sales. There’s nothing quite like strolling down rows of folding tables…