Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

2017 Goals!

10Jan17

My goals for this year are: Fully recover from an IT Band tweak I had during my first marathon in November First 50k in April at Yamacraw Zion Traverse with my running group in October Continue a podcast with some friends covering the trail & ultra scene in the Southeast US (cleverly called the Southeastern […]


Seeing the photos of the American Climber Science Program’s expedition this summer has really bummed me out. Reasons? 1. I’m not there. 2. The glaciers are gone. Not just a little bit, but completely and drastically different. So I grabbed pics from this year’s crew and compared them to my last trip in 2013. Let’s […]


Updates!

06Jul16

I’ve been quiet since last summer, but it’s because I’ve been busy! (Sorry) Over the past few months I have completed my second half marathon, traveled to New Zealand and started training for my first full marathon coming up in November. My non-profit Bowling Green Riverfront Foundation is riding a huge wave of momentum and […]


The past few months I have been posting gear reviews and snippets of stories about a rather epic road trip with my good friend Stuart Peck over the summer. Now I can share the whole story! We pitched a story idea to a great regional magazine about the most dangerous hikes in the lower Appalachians and […]


My good friend Stuart and I embarked on a quest to search out and explore some of the most dangerous hikes and trails in the Blue Ridge Mountain area of the Appalachians last week for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. We traveled to Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia & Kentucky and found a couple of the toughest […]


One of the fun and most challenging things I get to do is photograph lots of students. In particular, this spring I got to shoot 20 students from the Gatton Academy for Math & Science that are participating in a summer research program. Some are staying on campus at WKU, while others are working around […]


2014 in review

30Dec14

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 500 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 8 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]