OWTK: WAY MORE THAN JUST ANOTHER A DADDY BLOG
Jeff is a dad of two remarkable teen and tween daughters who inform nearly everything he does as a traveler, storyteller and photographer. He’s written for Esquire, Cosmo, Good Housekeeping, Scary Mommy, The Huffington Post, PBS, Traveling Dad and Family Vacation Critic, to name several. Behind the lens of his cameras, Jeff won the 2016 Iris Award for Best Photography and has been flown around the world to make photographs and tell stories.
Jeff and his family always ready to travel to someplace new and to share their experiences with a growing, engaged audience on this site, social media and for the many outlets Jeff contributes to on a regular basis.
In 2015, both Mashable and The Huffington Post named OWTK one of the best dad blogs of the year, while Buzzfeed said that the OWTK Instagram feed is one all parents should be following.
Jeff’s credits include: Esquire, Cosmo, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, PBS Parents, Scary Mommy, The Huffington Post, Family Vacation Critic, The Good Men Project, Time Out New York Kids, Red Tricycle, Mocha Man Style, Popdose, Chevy, Headline News, iVillage, Cool Mom Picks,, Mom.me, Mommy Poppins, Nameberry, and numerous other publication online and off.
Jeff has appeared on HuffPost Live, and Headline News (HLN)’s Raising America has featured some of his work. Jeff has also done some stuff on-air for NBC10 Philadelphia, appeared on Fox News Live, dropped money saving family budget advice on ABC Action News, been a guest on WHYY’s Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, and was quoted extensively in The Washington Post and in Josh Levs book All In. Early in 2014, Jeff’s family starred in a Skype short film commercial.
Jeff has landed a few stories in published books. Visit his Amazon Author Page for more on those fine reads.
Additionally, Jeff has a podcast called the OWTK Kid’s Music Monthly that you can subscribe to for free and thereby receive 10 songs representing the best & brightest in modern family music delivered to you on the 1st of every month.