Had a blast photographing in Singapore over the past couple of days. And got to spend the ThankingsGiving holiday with my beautiful wife Sarah to whom I am thankful for each and every day. Enjoy the photos!
Most of what happens in the world goes undocumented. I realize that most who read this will disagree based on the enormity of imagery in the world today but I am not talking about the onslaught of news/social media with regards to the unfortunate issues of the world or what your FB friend had forContinue reading “Moments Un-Captured”
From the introduction of my recent photobook. The images in this book chronicle the road trip from Bangkok to Chiang Mai that my wife and I (and Barnaby) went on for seven days and eight nights in the month of October 2016 just days following the death of the King who symbolized great unity amongContinue reading “Road to Chiang Mai (PhotoBook)”
Merit making is an important concept within the Buddhist religion. It revolves around three components-the receiver,the alms and the donor. While visiting the Kwan Riam Floating Market in Min Buri (about 45 min. outside Bangkok) I discovered a unique way in which the local Thai people make merit by giving alms to the local monks.Continue reading “Making Merit”
After hearing about the bombings in Hua Hin on the eve of our three day weekend trip to Ko Chang we were hesitant about traveling.We decided that because of where we were going, which was about a 5 hour drive in the opposite direction from Hua Hin, that we would be safe if there wereContinue reading “Ko Chang”
Wine tasting at Dave Matthews Blenheim Vineyards just outside Charlottesville Va. Thanks to the Inn at Monticello for housing our overindulgent bodies.