Work to be done

When you’re a one man organization (design consulting, not Wire & Twine), the show must often go on even when you could use an understudy. I’ve been extremely lucky that most every client has given me space over these weeks to spend time with family. But there is some work that needs to be done, […]

Thanksgiving

I didn’t take enough photos because there was entirely a smorgasbord that demanded my attention. (And the smoked turkey was perfect.)

Self portrait with desk supplies and automated cat feeder

Chris, Ed, Chris

Reflection, Newport Kentucky.

Getting there is half the fun

On this May evening, I spent a good chunk of time reflecting on who I am, what I know, and what could I possibly share with others to be of some value. My research for this evening was to watch The Muppet Movie. As a kid, watching Kermit ride a bike was the most amazing […]

Jesus, lamb, reflected

Went back to the Southgate House Revival the next day. I brought an instant camera but I haven’t scanned in any of those photos.

Bright lights in the rearview mirror

The daylight is a rarity this time of year. Thanks to modern engineering we don’t have to live in darkness, but we can drive around in full-sized pickup trucks and use our bright lights all the time. Even at stoplights behind small hatchbacks. This expression attempts to capture the marvel of these phenomena.

Intersection

This shot is from a week ago after CT scan #2, but I’ll skip ahead to today when I visited with my oncologist for the results. It marked our 15th anniversary of this thing and my doctor kicked off our time by asking, “How’s my greatest success story?” joking that he really hasn’t done anything […]