San Francisco, USA
Liz Shemaria is a Milan-based journalist and third-generation Northern Californian from San Francisco who has trekked solo in Himalaya, interviewed artists in military-ruled Burma, and once rode an overnight train across Egypt on her birthday. She is a founding editor of the travel magazine Hidden Compass and an editor at H-Farm. She has contributed to more than a dozen travel and news publications including BBC Travel, AFAR, Roads & Kingdoms, and Fodor's.
In conversation with musician and dancer Harold O'Neal
The American artist who has been compared to Duke Ellington and Maurice Ravel shares his views on the spatio-temporality of composing music.