I play a Gurian acoustic guitar. Michael Gurian is a famous luthier who worked mostly in New Hampshire. A fire destroyed his workshop in the very early 80's, and he no longer builds guitars, from what I understand. Only a few thousand Gurians were ever made. I love it for its punch and its clarity. Todd Thibaud once told me that it looked like a whole lot of fun to play, and it is. You can see a picture of it over there in the photo section.

If it's open mikes you're after, and my list just isn't enough for you, check out the links section over there.

And last but certainly not least, I'm the less successful half of a pair of musical brothers. Trust me, he's the best damn jazz bass player I've heard in a loooong time...

My publicity photos, as well as the CD photo for Live at Club Passim, are by Steve Black. Steve is a talented commercial and art photographer, and a friend. He doesn't have a Web presence, but I can put you in touch with him if you're interested. He's a delight to work with, and easily as imaginative as a number of far better known photographers in the area.

My signature font is Marydale, available from the Type Quarry. I used Marydale for many years before I discovered that it really was never intended to be free. Pay for your fonts, people.

The technology under my audio player is jPlayer, a customizable audio player based on the jQuery Javascript library. The player skin is inspired by the jPlayer skin, but the graphics are my own.

Some of my icons come from the Crystal interaction design project, which is responsible for the icons in a wide range of open source software projects.

Geek that I am, I'd like to acknowledge the Prototype and jQuery open-source Javascript package, which I've deployed with my Web site.

As for the graphic design for my Web site and my albums, it's all me.