Duomo di Siena. Siena, Italy.
Rome is unique in the way in which the very old (in this case, an ancient church) is so closely nestled within the real, currently inhabited city. Rome, Italy.
An accident forced me to use my wide angle and get in close at the end of the day that, combined with some spectacular light thanks to a 2-hour delay, enabled some wonderful shots. Dad Vail Regatta Schuykill River Philadelphia, PA.
Richards Lakehouse Lakeville, MA.
A short video I made about Michigan’s football program, connecting the team’s struggles during and after the Rich Rodriguez era to the history of the program.
I just returned from being in San Francisco for about a week, interviewing with schools at the AMA Conference. I also got to spend some time with my aunt and uncle in Livermore, enjoying some great food and wine. Job interviews went very well, I think, and will be hearing back from schools soon about campus visits in September and …
Corner of Pacific and Columbus Avenues and Kearny Street, North Beach San Francisco, CA.
Albert K. Smiley Memorial Tower, Mohonk Mountain House New Paltz, New York.
June was a very exciting month for me. A few weeks ago, I sent out my job packets in advance of the AMA conference in San Francisco. Then, I got married to Deborah Richards, who just moved back to the States after working in China for 15 months. Now, I’ll spend July polishing up my materials and presentation, hopefully getting …