The Tennessean: John Guider named to O'More faculty


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Small Craft Advisor: John Guider's Gifts and Gumption


Hugh Horton wrote a thoughtful and articulate article on me and a moment that helped define the experience of venturing out into the Gulf in such a Lilliputian craft as mine. He also spoke of the of kindness of strangers such as Bob Treat and others who helped to keep me afloat in spite of myself. Please visit The Small Craft Advisor website and support the great work these folks are doing in making the world of small craft adventuring come to life. Who knows? It might inspire you to hop in your own boat and sail to the end of the horizon. Just like Jim Carrey in the Film “The Truman Show” you might be surprised what you find out about yourself out there. – John Guider

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Nashville Scene Critic's Pick: The River Inside at the Customs House Museum (September 2010)


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River Times (August 2010)


John’s journey was recently featured in River Times, a publication produced jointly by the Mississippi River Corridor – Tennessee (MRCT) and Contemporary Media, Inc.
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Vanderbilt Magazine (Spring 2010)


John is featured in the Spring 2010 issue of Vanderbilt Magazine.
Read the article and view images on the Vanderbilt Magazine website.

Nashville Arts Magazine (March 2010)


John’s work was featured in the March 2010 issue of the Nashville Arts Magazine. Here is a link to the article and images on the Nashville Arts Magazine Website.

American Profile


Braving the Mighty Mississippi
by Alan Ross

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Nashville Public Radio: A River Odyssey – Photographs by John Guider


Link to WPLN website with transcript and images.

WSMV Channel 4 Video: Photographer Captures Mississippi River Memories


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The Tennessean


Platinum prints convey timelessness of Mississippi River
by Michelle Jones