Barcelona as created by Antonio Gaudi.Read More
Walking on Copley reveals treasures lost and found.Read More
Photo-walking with Heather Protz and company.Read More
A backpacking excursion with my dear friend Matt. Photo geeks encounter nature.Read More
We were married here! 15 years ago!Read More
7 students and 2 chaperones have their heads filled with art in NYC.Read More
10 students and 2 chaperones travel to Krakow, Prague and Berlin.Read More
From Hinche to Port-au-Prince...Read More
A group of 14 traveled to Haiti to help people "see more light."Read More
Some pics from a sunny week in NYC this past summerRead More
Couple of fun gifs of a dad and son living it up on the human slingshot at Coney Island.
Time lapse video of my moto trip to New Mexico last summer. Sound by Mr. Greg Milo. I am also going to try uploading the video with some different layering effects and render settings to see if I can achieve more viewing clarity.Read More
Lake Erie in Conneaut is where I spent a lot of time each day growing up. Coming back is like visiting a grandparent.Read More
Sunning at West Branch.Read More
Struck dumb by an ethnic conflict. Message is the same with a different language. Same features, same eyes, same history; talk different speaky. Sustainable confusion designed by dumb tongues and inflexible elders. Coexistence is "no problem" so long as change is off the table.
A trip to Kosovo with my friend and colleague, Greg Milo, and 5 top notch students opened my eyes to warm people, chaotic infrastructure, harmonious religious diversity, tense ethnic subtleties. Spending time in a country that, to most, doesn't exist is like entering a Narnia closet. My experiences in Kosovo left deep impressions...but stepping back through the wardrobe I have a hard time articulating what I've learned.