Skydiving in Utah

I love my everyday job, but I also love not-everyday activities at work… like skydiving. :)

First Whitewater

I love kayaking, but I’ve never kayaked rapids before. Despite a nice-looking weather report from the day before, it started out cold and rainy. But I didn’t care. I was going to kayak the Sacandaga. The advice I received at the put-in was pretty awesome: “Respect the rapids. Avoid rocks. Keep paddling.” So in I went. […]

Photos from WCSF 2013

It’s WordCamp SF season, and I’m super happy that I got to photograph the event again this year. This time around, I shot it together with Kevin Conboy and Aaron Hockley. I got really into it and was constantly scanning the crowd the entire time. :) I guess I just love being behind the camera, […]

Saratoga Springs & Druthers

Snapshots of Druthers and Saratoga Springs […]

Photos from WCSF 2012

WordCamps are pretty fun to photograph. You can take the pulse of any talk by the looks audience members get on their faces during each session, and hack day is almost always accompanied by several examples of what I like to call “code face.” It was intense both shooting and speaking at WordCamp San Francisco […]

Lovely Astoria

Astoria is beautiful: last stop on the N, quietly and indistinctly New York, friendly squirrels abound, park views from silhouetted tree lines to Triborough to the Manhattan skyline, Hellgate, corner delis under bridges, Greek frappes, crowded little clubs, and wine bars with Jazz sets. A lot for one evening, and worth it. Tell me that […]

Theme Team Adventures in NYC

Sightseeing atop the Empire State Building, glimpses of the Chrysler Building, standing on the steps of the birthplace of web standards, looking “boss” at Grand Central Station, cute souvenirs, ice skating at Rockefeller Center, people watching at Times Square, toasting White Russians to Joen, team brainstorming into the night, and beer with the legoman at […]