Exercise and Life After Chemo

  Here's my first publicly posted shirtless selfie. As taboo as it is, there, I did it. Jump on the shirtless selfie hate train, or read on. (Although technically I guess this isn't a selfie because I wasn't holding the camera.) I post this photo because I was...

read more

2013 Wrap Up

Now is the yearly ritual of reflecting on the past 12 months and I'm stoked to list a few things that occurred this year. I re-read last year's summary and it was a great reminder of just how much can happen in one year. My memory is already trying to stretch those...

read more

Give Yourself Cancer

"Death is the dark backing that a mirror needs if we are able to see anything." Saul Bellow Lapidary maxims about lugubrious life events can be far removed from the actual experience of adversity. These phrases sound good and fancy, downright poetic at times, but are...

read more

How Running Saved My Life

I have cancer. Specifically, I have diffuse large B cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. I discovered I have cancer through running. Running My relationship with running began because I thought it would give me an edge on my high school football...

read more

2012 Wrap Up

To summarize a passage from Wherever You Go, There You Are, if we hope to go somewhere then we must first step from where we are currently standing to move in that direction, but if we don't know where we are standing and starting from, we could potential walk in...

read more

Moonbot Studios

I began work at Moonbot Studios today and am very excited to be joining their team as an animator! They have a very talented team of artists and some great projects they're working on. I became aware of Moonbot when they were nominated for an Academy Award this last...

read more

Blog | Why I love photography

This is not an easy blog post to write. It's a large subject that crosses a lot of aspects of my life. I've always loved photography. Even before the only photography class I took in college, I loved it. We used large format cameras in that class and I spent a lot of...

read more

Blog | Interviewing Tips & Sewanee

I recently was hired to do three more vignette-type pieces for Sewanee: The University of the South. See the three videos I already completed for them here: one, two, three. Being an alumnus myself, I know my way around the 13,000 acre campus well and with it being...

read more

Photography | Jasmine Star Inspired

So I've decided to start hitting the photography side of things a little harder, if for no other reason because I enjoy it! Out of necessity, I will be taking a lot of self-portraits since that will be the easiest and quickest way to experiment and take photos, not...

read more

Blog | Locks of Love, Dan Lyons

I have been looking to 'pay it forward' for a while now in the arena of giving people a lift, because not too long ago, after hang gliding 50 miles I was stuck without a ride home because I had planned on trying hitchhiking for the first time. It took me about 20...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest