Last thumbprint

When I was younger, my mom would make a special tiny batch of thumbprint cookies without nuts for me because she’s awesome. I’ve since grown up in my tastes and can appreciate them as they were intended. She gave a tin out for the holidays and after this was taken, I’ve devoured them all.

Upcoming R.Ring tour

My friends Kelley and Mike’s band R.Ring is doing pretty dang well, and I dig ‘em, lots. They’re heading to Europe next year and needed an image to make an announcement. After plunging the coffee this morning, the globe in my apartment spoke to me.

Dr.

A bit more radical of a before/after than usual, but after reading about Jessica Walsh’s process for taking studio photos (be sure to click on the numbers by the image in her post to see the set-up), I felt the need to break away from a white backdrop and try something colorful. (It’s just a […]

Dotting your i’s and crossing your t’s

Practice. Funny how it’s just as relevant today as it was when 7 years old. I feel like everything is process and refinement; be it scrawling your first letters on paper or pushing ink or pixels around, or knowing how to manage your days or when to say no (or yes!). It’s all practice to make […]

My barber says it’s not gray

“That’s not gray, it’s silver.” said my barber Tina. “It’s more distinguished.” Funny thing about this whole putting-stuff-online, I’d thought I’d talked about this matter before. And with a little searching, I found I was right. That was 6 years ago. I suppose this metamorphosis to daddy is not going quite as fast as I […]

Making time

I took this image to bring something to the table of Chris Streger’s Resolve Project, an open call for folks to visualize their resolutions for 2011. There are a ton of excellent submissions – take a look through the lot. If you’re looking for mine, it’s here.

I’ve got a match

The smell of love is everywhere.

newt

Erik stopped the truck to make sure this little fella got safely to the other side.

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