Author Archives: E.P. King

About E.P. King

Farmer boy, Permaculturalist, Barista, Photographer, Writer, Reader, Culinary Enthusiast. Tim Hegberg is an odd first year student at Dickinson College. He's been interested in photography for years, but picked up his first DSLR in 2007. Since then, he's traveled the United States and internationally taking photos along the way. He started experimenting with film that same year and taught himself to use Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Most recently he filmed a trip to Maine in a 6 video series, experimentally shot with a DSLR camera. He is currently enrolled in a program to earn a Permaculture Design Certification from the Permaculture Institue of Australia and just finished an internship at Side By Side Farms/CSA in Freeland, MD. He's done professional videography for Treasure Times Cooking, LLC. between 2008 and 2011. His photography has been featured on the front page of and occasionally writes articles for WhiteNoise and He also constantly has a sophisticated beverage and writes about himself in the third-person.

The Education Network

The digital world is always shifting and we all know it. Myspace, once the king of social networks now finds itself clawing for any slight bit of relevance. Meanwhile, it’s successor, Facebook, is looking for every way imaginable to cement … Continue reading

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Food, Security, Love

“It seems to me that our three basic needs, for food and security and love, are so mixed and mingled and entwined that we cannot straightly think of one without the others. So it happens that when I write of … Continue reading

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It’s Complicated

Asking what makes a good blog is an almost ridiculous question. There are so many factors that contribute to a good blog that some of those factors, regarded as “rules”, can be thrown out the window. Even such common sense … Continue reading

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