Posts Tagged ‘book’

INTERSECTION luke kurtis exhibition

INTERSECTION luke kurtis exhibition

Over the last year one of my biggest projects was putting together my INTERSECTION photographic art exhibition. I haven’t posted about this side of my work at Jordan’s Journey as this site focuses on the genealogy side of things. Of course, the overall Jordan’s Journey project is a multimedia art project of which genealogical research […]


The Rambo Family Tree by Beverly Nelson Rambo

The Rambo Family Tree by Beverly Nelson Rambo

Genealogists spend hours of research digging through old books and wrinkled papers. There are so many sources out there, from library books, courthouse records, to the box of papers stuffed away in your aunt’s attic. Your range of research material can be as varied as the family tree is sprawling. Because of that it helps […]


The Union in the South

The Union in the South

One of the exciting things about the research behind Jordan’s Journey was the opportunity to learn about topics I had never explored before. One such subject was the Civil War. Like most things we learn about in history class growing up, the Civil War is glossed over and never examined as closely as it should […]


The book cover unveiled…

The book cover unveiled...

Unveiled at last, here is the cover of Jordan’s Journey. The cover photo is a self-portrait taken in September 2011 on the Pope/Jordan family farm where I grew up in East Armuchee, Georgia. I shot the primary footage for the book trailer on the same day. Be sure to follow this site’s feed or subscribe […]


Jordan’s Journey trailer [video]

Jordan's Journey trailer [video]

Watch the trailer for Jordan’s Journey. If you like what you see be sure to “like” and pass along!


Join me on Jordan’s Journey

Join me on Jordan's Journey

In the beginning this blog will be made up of extras and outtakes from and expansion upon the┬áJordan’s Journey book. In most cases this means the stories and images that just didn’t quite fit into the narrative or the space constraints of the book. These “extras” are no less interesting and will always tie back […]