Monthly Archives: January 2010
In my other role as Dad I’ve become more invloved with the Soap Box Derby. Along with the amazing Lydia Hess we’ve been working on producing new marketing material for the Salem Soap Box Derby Association, new website, etc.. I … Continued
When asked what I like about my work the first thing I think of is the cast of characters I meet. Over the years I’ve had the pleasure of photographing people of many many walks of life, politicians, tycoons, murderers, … Continued
Time magazine paid $30 for a stock photo which it used on the cover to illustrate a story on the “The New Frugality”. Is that frugality or publishers making a statement to “content providers” about the ready availability of cheap … Continued
Okay I admit it. I really have been calling it in and not putting forth the effort to make this worth reading. And to be honest I’ve been just a tad lost in regards to improving it. But the thought … Continued
I just returned from a terrific presentation by photographer Mark Hooper as part of the Portland Art Museum and the Photography Council’s Brown Bag Lunch series. Mark produces elegantly executed, thought provoking and often humorous work for magazine photo illustrations … Continued
As has been widely reported Business Week magazine was purchased by Bloomberg and is moving their offices. Today I received a package of original images dating back 20 years I had created for Business Week over the years, which they … Continued
This guy has made a mint selling stuff for old houses.
Fun story about books burritos and a son’s love.