the windchime that brought me the song "Brave North Wind"
TIll & Mule Press Photo by Scott Simontacchi
Mike Odmark at the HELM of the SHIP
Sarah (Masen) Dark's...new pottery series..."A Thing Of Beauty"
THESE GUYS! Aaron Roche, Dan Burns, & Mike Odmark!
Love me some Aaron Roche!
Jason Goforth playing Pedal Steel in the studio
lot's of Baritone uke on this record!
"There upon the mountain...high up in a tree...."
Aaron playing Upright Bass on Till & Mule
Julie on the road in Brevard NC ....
Korby Lenker (co-writer of "You Found Me". Sarah Siskind (T & M cover/website design ) Aaron Roche (composer /and co-producer
me visiting Aaron and Whitni in NYC ...to play a show at thier church
Look It's Jason Goforth....
Mike Odmark at Gray Matters studio making it all sound beautiful!!!!
Aaron laying down some SICK parts!
Vibin'in the studio...Gray Matters
LOOK JULIE MULES!!!!-Taken with my mom on the road in Lancaster, PA
Nathan Phillips Playing his Part on his vintage upright at his home studio in Nashville.
just hangin' out in the studio
Made my mother pull off the road to get this shot....outside Lancaster PA
Playing Electric on Bravely....Don Paris eat yer heart out!
Shannon's Moooo COWS! outside Brevard NC
Mike Odmark MIX-IN IT UP!
The George McDonald Children's Book that inspired the third verse of "The Brave North Wind"
again....made my mamma pull off the road outside Lancaster Pa to Capture this one!
The George McDonald Childrens book that inspired "PHOTOGYN"
Brevard "Bravely" tree
"sometimes we all step back to see"- sarah masen
Mike and Amanda!
The Mill near The Conowingo Dam up home.
Jason Goforth and I playing these songs on the road!
The Final Order....
Sarah Siskind and I snapped the back photo of T&M on EASTER evening 2013
thank you GOD!
DAN BURNS!!! ...people....DAN BURNS!!!!!!!!
The Initial inspiration for this record...tilling up my garden!
"resting from...all you have done...."
Till & Mule cover photo and design by Sarah Siskind!
Nathan Phillips home studio...where he recorded all the piano parts....
a lot of time went by ...a lot of resting....and in that resting ... seeds were planted ...and art was made.
mr Sherrill,who still lived across the street at the time, was the one who helped me use a tiller for the first time....properly ;)