Near the end of the summer I took on some woodworking projects. I began with a pallet coffee table (which is still in the works). Soon enough, I’ll be posting a blog pertaining to that piece and the complications and the joys of making furniture. For now, I’ll briefly describe what took place as I […]Read More A fresh old board.
2014 NewCo (formerly known as OpenCo) event held in the greatest of American cities … Detroit!Read More NewCo Detroit!
I promised more of Mount Rainier and here it is! Being a large supporter of wolves and wildlife, I thought this was a great plate! Aaaand back to the city we went! A few friends and I stopped at The Crab Pot for an enormous bowl of seafood–mainly shrimp, crab legs, mussels, and clams. Oh, […]Read More Seattle: Part 2
I love to experiment with most things I do in life. I’m not a chef, but sometimes I can whip up a pretty good dish! For the most part I eyed all of the ingredients, but these are pretty much the portions used… 3 white mushrooms finely chopped 1 string cheese (mozzarella) strung into thin […]Read More Experimental Pizza? Hell yeah!
Some good people have been giving me some great opportunities in the photo world lately. For my first food photo shoot, a really cool couple, out of Detroit, who’ve been creating their own baking concoctions using local products, hired me as lead photographer! It was an awesome experience! Here are some examples of the shoot. […]Read More Detroit Bulk Co. Photo Shoot
It was Fourth of July weekend, 2012. I awoke the Saturday of to witness the tiny, quaint town of Port Sanilac, Michigan come to life! More than twice the population poured into the harbor—via boat and car while the locals, and visitors, arrived on foot—to soak in the awesome festivities. Upon the descending sun’s illustrations […]Read More Port Sanilac. The Fourth.
I haven’t had much experience with night photography. My camera (Nikon D5000) is not the greatest when it comes to low light situations, nor is the lens I was using (18-105mm 3.5-5.6 VR). Now, in well lit conditions, and for video, the lens is pretty good. About a month ago, after recently moving to West […]Read More Mati’s Deli. Dearborn, Michigan.