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The Envelope, Please

There were a lot of great movies in 2017. I’m fortunate to be a member of a great nonprofit theater that somehow scored many of these future Oscar nominated flicks before they hit the big time. Here are my top movie recommendations of 2017 in case you missed them at your local theater.  

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My Favorite Photos of 2017

A look back on some of my favorite images I captured throughout 2017.

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Santa’s Two-Wheeled Sleigh

Photos from the annual Holiday Lights Bike Ride in Doylestown, Pa.

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Santa’s Two-Wheeled Sleigh

My town has a vibrant and fun cycling community of which I am a (slow) member. Each year, roughly 100–200 cyclists get together for a leisurely five mile stroll through the neighborhoods to see the holiday decorations. I couldn’t make it this year, but was able to catch Santa and his pedaling reindeer coming through […]

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What I’m Reading: Storytellers, Brand Values, Freddie Mercury

A quick list of links to some of the content I’ve been reading this week (and have queued up to read this morning over coffee). Flexibility and informality could be the way of the future The Desirability of Storytellers Why We Need Art Humans Have Reached the Peak of Our Height, Lifespan and Physical Fitness […]

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What I’m Reading

Sunday morning, a thin blanket of snow on the ground, hot coffee in my favorite Herb Ritts/Bruce Springsteen mug, Premier League on the television in the background, and a bunch of saved tabs from the week open in my browser. The Fractured States of America The Story Behind “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits Why […]

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The Heritage Conservancy’s Christmas at Aldie Mansion

Where I live — Bucks County, Pennsylvania — is often accurately described as a charming area nestled along the mighty Delaware River in between the bustling metropolises of New York City and Philadelphia. It’s been home to people like James Michener, Pearl Buck, Oscar Hammerstein, Stan and Jan Berenstain (yes, those bears), Justin Guarini, P!NK and […]

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The Heritage Conservancy’s Christmas at Aldie Mansion

Where I live — Bucks County, Pennsylvania — is often accurately described as a charming area nestled along the mighty Delaware River in between the bustling metropolises of New York City and Philadelphia. It’s been home to people like James Michener, Pearl Buck, Oscar Hammerstein, Stan and Jan Berenstain (yes, those bears), Justin Guarini, P!NK and my favorite hometown […]

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This is Our Town: Spotlight on Teachers

A few months ago, I kicked off a project that had been bouncing around my head for awhile. I called it “This is Our Town.” It’s an ongoing series of portraits focused on the humans that make up my hometown: Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The project is generously supported by my friend, Mike Markowitz, owner of the […]

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The Importance of Paris

Just started reading David McCullough’s book, “The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris.” McCullough tells the stories of people like Samuel F.B. Morse, James Fenimore Cooper, Charles Sumner, Elizabeth Blackwell and others who sailed to the City of Lights seeking to learn. Many of those who made the journey went on to achieve great things for […]