- March 29, 2019
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I was born on a Friday morning, and I recently returned to the house where I was born on a Friday, almost 30 years later, a typical Friday's child. The house was a moment froze in time, as if nothing had changed since I walked out the front door at the tender age of 8. I still remember the dimly lit hallway leading upstairs, the flocked red wallpaper, and the salt and pepper carpeting. Nothing had changed in all these years I spent away, stepping out the front door at age 8 as a small child, raised on promises. I made my way through life, living, growing, and thriving, only to return...Read more...
Lately I've found that there's a longing to visit locations and friends from my past. Locations and friends that not only helped raise me but also made me realize that there is so much more I could be. Tattoos and memories, integral to my development and well being, of which I held so near and dear to my heart. I sought solace in believing that they would always be there, the same ways in which they live in my memory; flawless, eternal and almost god-like until finally I realize that these friends are human and the locations are physical. All of this was nothing more than an idealist fantasy,...Read more...
"Please tune in this Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018 at 4 P.M. to my show "That's What She Said", when my special guest will be Thomas W.P. Slatin, photographer and writer. Mr. Slatin is an extraordinary photographer and writer whose talents were recognized and encouraged at an early age, especially by his father, the genius scientist Dr. Harvey Slatin, and always fearlessly supported by his mother the Former Mayor of Stamford Anne Pratt Slatin. Mr. Slatin's photography is outstanding as is his written word. Don't miss this opportunity to hear a true artist speak about his work. If you would like...Read more...
The following article was written by Lisa Pellegrene, and was originally published on Patch.com on August 30, 2018, and MSN on August 31, 2018. Photographer, and writer Thomas W. P. Slatin discusses a passion for photography, which he shared with his father, Dr. Harvey L. Slatin. "My father used to tell me that you either do good work or you don't do it at all. I was raised to believe that quality, doing the right thing and personal responsibility, as well as acceptance of others is most important," recalls Thomas W. P. Slatin, son of Dr. Harvey L. Slatin...Read more...