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Mike Dunphy

Mike Dunphy grew up in Burlington, Vermont.

After graduating college, he began a trek that took him through twenty-six countries over twelve years. Suffering from a dearth of real maple syrup, he returned home to New England where he currently studies publishing at Emerson College and frets about post-grad employment.


Randolph Train Station, Vermont
White River, Randolph, Vermont
Looking Through the Branches
Ice on the Shore
Brookline, Massachusetts

August 27, 2012

Free-range Art

The Artist's Market, Burlington, Vermont

Behind the bustle of Burlington, Vermont’s downtown pedestrian district lies the shady respite of City Hall Park.

June 14, 2012

Ethan Allen Park and Intervale, Burlington, Vermont

Ethan Allen Park marks the unofficial start of Burlington, Vermont’s “New” North End, a pre-suburbia suburb that runs along Lake Champlain up to the Winooski Delta.

March 30, 2012

A Tea for all Seasons

The Bristol Lounge, Boston, Massachusetts

As a student at Emerson College in downtown Boston, I pass the large glitzy hubbub of the Four Seasons Hotel opposite the Public Garden daily.

March 16, 2012

Bar Hopping the St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Boston, Massachusetts

As a pretty typical looking Irish American, March 17th represents the one time of year I get to happily celebrate my round face, tiny chin, pasty skin, and stocky body. In Boston, there’s only one real place to shake (and jiggle) them all about: the St. Patrick’s Day parade.

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