A bit autumny

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Spring Grove

Spring Grove is pretty fantastic in the fall. (And for the record, I tried to edit the photo to look more like it did in real life. ;-)

Random snapshots around the city


Ft. Mitchell Kroger getting some maintenance.


Covington, KY as seen from the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge.

Low Spark

Low Spark, new joint for a cocktail in OTR.

Union Terminal

Union Terminal on the way home.

Civic duty

Tuesday, November 3, 2015


One of those midterm elections. Ohio had pot legalization on the ballot, kind of. That particular bill required learning what oligopoly meant.

Made in Ohio shirt

Monday, November 2, 2015

Made in Ohio shirt

The black edition—or for me—the “slimming edition.”

Dayton Literary Peace Prize

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Dayton Literary Peace Prize Award

Friends extended an invitation to join them at the Dayton Literary Peace Prize award ceremony—an event held to honor “the power of the written word to promote peace.”

Filled with kind supporters and patrons—it was a fine crowd when you’re struggling to look natural in a black tie.

For me, a most moving segment was the introduction by Karima Bennoune for the nonfiction award to Bryan Stevenson. Her thoughts were powerfully good, and his acceptance speech warranted a standing ovation—outlining a path to fix our criminal justice system.

An honor to be present.






Saturday, October 31, 2015


My brother and Eric are officially homeowners! Their westside abode has a really awesome finished basement and a huuuuuuuuge backyard. Their dogs are going to be very, very happy. And they will be too once all the boxes are unpacked.


Deep Space Mom

Friday, October 30, 2015

Me and mom in deep space

This photo from opening night at Deep Space needs no editing.

Edie, with laser

Thursday, October 29, 2015


It’s National Cat Day, but I know that’s just a made up holiday by Hallmark to sell more cards.

Platonic Solids

Wednesday, October 28, 2015


So this was fun. I spent the last week working at People’s Liberty while Megan was sharing her awesome story down in Australia. In addition to co-working with the fine philanthropic group, I collaborated with the residents on a poster to commemorate the latest installation in the Globe Gallery, a spacey, kaleidoscopic experience.

We had lots of ideas, but this cheeky one resonated the most and gave a nod to the geometry of the space.

Bonus? We couldn’t find anyone else that interpreted platonic solids quite like this before.

Double bonus? Working with Aaron at DIY Printing to bring it to glow-in-the-dark life.

[+] Zoom in for some detail.



It was inspiring to see some of DIY’s previous collaborations and work from resident artists lining the hall outside their print studio. Here’s a small sample:




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