I'm an award-winning writer, photographer and web person from Washington, DC.
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Do I have a photographic vision? Goals? A business plan? No, that would take all the fun out of it. Instead, I am guided by serendipity. I wander about the city taking photos. But I don’t leave everything to chance. … Continue reading
I like wandering the city taking photos. I’m a chronicler, a recorder, pursuing the things I am interested in – city life, the arts, travel and strong horizontal lines. And in 2012, I got to do so much of what … Continue reading
I have a photo in the Bicycling in Virginia Map, a publication by the Virginia Department of Transportation. The above shot is from the Mount Vernon Trail, just across the Potomac from the Jefferson Memorial. I took it on a … Continue reading
Receiving an email survey from a company is not unusual in American life. Amazon, Caribou, Five Guys, Target – you’ve probably been been given the opportunity to rate the experience on a rigid five-point scale. It’s unusual when you have … Continue reading
In honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day, here’s an Instagram shot from an Urban Pirates cruise that I took last weekend, part of an American University alumni event. It was a cheesy good time, as you can tell from … Continue reading
How do you get consumers to learn about new products and build engagement with your company? Photography. Lured by the promise of an open bar and the chance to wander the city taking pictures, I attended the GE Lights Photo … Continue reading
The iPhone is more than a phone and much more than just a camera. It can do things that are impossible to do on a “real” camera, like effortlessly stitch together panoramas and instantly share pictures worldwide. These creative possibilities … Continue reading