I moved up here 29 years ago for love and I had two children in my forties. I got married and moved here because he was born and raised here. He's been a musician in the Valley for about forty years. I kinda stayed here; we're not together for a long time, but my children are both here. My son works at Mr. Lee's Noodle Shop in the public Market. My daughter works for Barred and Broody; she's a vegan baker. I'm a pastry chef, so I started her out right! But Easton's a wonderful place. It's going through a phenomenal rejuvenation. It was so nasty when I moved here I didn't think I'd ever come downtown and I love it here. A lot of good restaurants, a lot of fabulous independent shops, a lot of good people. I think it's nice to see how it's turning around."
Watch out folks; he's got a camera...