Posts Tagged ‘winter’

Polar Vortex Serendipity

January 8, 2014 | No comments yet

One of my favorite new shows on NPR is ‘Snap Judgement.’ If you’ve never listened to it, it’s definitely worth checking out. Not only is Glynn Washington a good storyteller in his own right, but he has also assembled a staff that finds amazing folks with amazing stories. A recent episode that I’d downloaded to […]

Winter Doldrums – Keeping on When There’s No Color & No Snow

December 30, 2013 | No comments yet

This blog is dedicated to my wife Hanna, who has to put up with my complaining and frustration every winter as I pass through these winter doldrums. It is also dedicated to Isaac, my intrepid companion on many of my excursions. He puts up with cold, rain, and boredom in exchange for the occasional ice […]

Looking Inward

February 3, 2011 | No comments yet

The winter is always a time of introspection for me. As a people photographer, it is often a slower time of year, since not many people are getting married in the dead of winter (though I’d really love to shoot a winter wedding in someplace like Asheville–hint, hint). As a part of looking inward, setting […]