Lewisburg Skate Club For updates on events and activities at Miles’s home skate club. Thank you Van Wagner and all the students dedicated to skating!
Miles's Personal Pages:
Anonymousish on Cargo Collective
Anonymousish on Flickr
Anonymousish on Instagram
Anonymousish on Twitter
Miles on Facebook
Miles's screen test at the Warhol Museum (recorded December 28, 2012)
Miles's Last FM station
Miles's Photography and Art:
Find Rangers by Jarod Taber, Christopher Taylor, and Carson Lancaster (September 2014)
Japan Camera Hunter review of Miles's zine (March 2014)
Miles won an award at the Packwood House in 2014. Third place in student photography.
Miles won second place in 2012 Linn Conservancy Youth Photo Contest for "A Green and Playful World"
Three poems Miles memorized and recited for Poetry Out Loud when he was a junior:
Exhibitions of Miles's Photographs
A preview of the "Anonymousish: Photographs by Miles Foreman" exhibit from the Williamsport Sun-Gazette (November 25, 2015)
The Daily Item in Sunbury, PA, published a preview of the small exhibit of Miles's work at the Bucknell University Samek Museum's Community Connections Gallery.
Music Inspired by/dedicated to Miles:
"Skate" by Van Wagner, inspired by Miles and featuring him skating (June 2015)
Goodwolf album Car in the Woods dedicated to Miles
Laurenrachelmurphy album Blonde?, featuring the song "Blonde," inspired by Miles (2015)
Pages Dedicated to Miles:
Two Years with Miles by Kali Lincicome
Film Por Vida, by Jai Tanju
Skate for Miles Day video (August 29, 2014) at Lewisburg Skate Park by Sean Albright
Sponsor Me skate video by Bradyn Natter
Miles skates in Lewisburg
Miles's 7th Grade track and field records at South Middle School (2010)
Miyazaki Movies for Miles event at the Campus Theater presentation showing Miles (May 23, 2015)
365 Songs. I started a blog on November 8, 2014. I posted a song a day and write about Miles, music, and my experiences. I posted to Everything Will Be Ok for one year.
Letter to The Atlantic in response to “Throw Your Children’s Art Away” by Mary Townsend. Features a drawing by Miles, 3rd grade.