Mexican Indigenous textiles

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Gender MALE
Industry Education
Occupation Textile historian
Location Santa Rosa, Ca., United States
Introduction My mission in life is to document the disappearing textiles of Mexico. I work on this full time and enjoy every minute of it. My background gives me a unique set of talents to allow me to do this work. I learned photography from my father, my university study was in history, my work experience was electronics and computers and personality type is A+. I love to drive on back roads and discover new things about Mexico. In the US people ask “how do you make money from this?” and in Mexico people ask “who pays you to do this?” Well being from the counter culture, the answers are simple, I don’t make money doing this and no one pays me.
Interests Traveling Mexicos back roads in search of nearly extinct textiles, hiking, photography, dancing
Favorite Movies Chac, action, police dramas, Sci Fi, Verner Hertzog, Kirosawa movies, nature and cultural documentaries.
Favorite Music blues, reggae, rock and roll Sones de Vera Cruz
Favorite Books History, Mexican indigenous anthropology

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