Today is International Women’s Day, a century old celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the globe. Women who lead. Women who inspire. Women who serve. Women who resist. Women who push. Women who nurture. Women who teach. Women who rock. And the women who make me a better human […]
My oldest daughter attends college roughly an hour’s drive from our house. She’s studying vocal performance and music history. Despite being relatively close to home, I’m a believer that college should be a time of personal as well as intellectual growth, an opportunity to experience those first tastes of independence. So, I do my best […]
The tech industry is built as much on speaking submissions as it is on code. Getting a talk accepted at OSCON or Gluecon or Monktoberfest is, for many, a sign of career success. Yet, there are only so many conferences, only so many speaking slots…with so many smart people pitching to educate and entertain their […]
I worked at some of the world’s top PR agencies when my career was getting started. One of those agencies was a place called The Rowland Company. It was part of the vast Saatchi and Saatchi advertising empire. My office, and I still pinch myself when I think about it, was on the top floor […]
Collaborating with conductor Joseph Ohrt, whose choirs have performed for a who’s who of world leaders, and his up and coming compositional prodigy, John Calderaio.
Teachers from the Central Bucks School District in Pennsylvania took the stage at Holicong Middle School for their 15th annual VH1 Save the Music Concert.
I had every intention of heading out at 11pm to shoot the much anticipated Super Blood Wold Moon total lunar eclipse. Until Mother Nature decided to drop the mercury into the negative digits and crank the blower on the winds. Instead, I soothed my jones to capture the event earlier in the evening as the […]
My favorite portrait, travel, community, cycling, music, nature and personal photographs of 2018.
The start of a new year is an opportunity to refocus on what matters. A chance to reset. To create a clean slate. To create a springboard for the next year…or 50.
There are moments as a photographer when you know at the first click of the shutter magic is about to happen.