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To Dreamland With Todd McHatton
Photos of Growing Up

To Dreamland With Todd McHatton

Taking photos of sleeping kids (or anyone really) can be super creepy so I don’t make a habit of doing it, but a while back my little girl drifted off to dreamland with Todd McHatton’s sentences, characters, imagination and zaniness on her mind. I had to document this moment, with […]

Photography Tip: How To Take More Interesting Photos Starting Right Now
Photos of Growing Up

Photography Tip: How To Take More Interesting Photos Starting Right Now

Before we get into this photography tip, let me start by saying that I still take the photos that below, I will advise you not to take. This is because my wife still wants the straight-on shot of the famous thing(s) but I don’t linger in that mass of humanity […]

The Best Medieval Castle in England
Travel

The Best Medieval Castle in England

My wife hit a couple of balls out of the park during our U.K. road trip, most notably a gem of a restaurant find in Liverpool and the recommendation to visit Bodiam Castle on our 2nd to last day in England. Why was a visit to Bodiam Castle a home […]

Two Kids Walking Hadrian’s Wall
Photos of Growing Up

Two Kids Walking Hadrian’s Wall

In July I walked the length of the Hadrian’s Wall Trail in the north of England with 11 pals for charity. After we were finished but before my blisters had healed, my family hopped over the pond and we enjoyed a holiday in the U.K. To my surprise, because while […]

That Time I Won An Iris Award
Photos of Growing Up

That Time I Won An Iris Award

A few years ago I could basically only push down upon the button and now here I am winning an Iris Award for Best Photography in parent blogging at the 2016 Mom 2.0 Summit in Laguna Niguel, California. In my speech I thanked exactly no one. Here’s a paragraph to […]

Unexpected Changes of Plan B
Travel

Unexpected Changes of Plan B

The best* pitcher in baseball was cruising with a 3-0 lead in the center circle of a blue and white universe. The K’s were piling up, front-facing and backwards alike, swinging and looking in equal measure, and each of the 41,102 planets in his orbit surely believed that, by the […]

The Golf Prodigy Who Isn’t Interested In Golfing
Photos of Growing Up

The Golf Prodigy Who Isn’t Interested In Golfing

Huge thanks to Kia for setting up my 12-year-old golf prodigy with a private lesson this month ahead of the Kia Classic LPGA Tournament. The problem is, despite the naturally beautiful swing, my oldest daughter doesn’t enjoy golfing. But man, look at that follow through. Scrumptious.

Josh Ritter Live at the WXPN Free at Noon October 2015
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Josh Ritter Live at the WXPN Free at Noon October 2015

This was a special afternoon. It was Josh Ritter’s birthday and the entire crowd serenaded him with “Happy Birthday” before the band started (his reaction is captured in the 3rd photo below). This was also the first concert for his adorable 3-year-old daughter. Last Friday’s Free at Noon was a […]

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