Creative: For What It’s Worth Episode 003

Me again. Back with yet another episode but this being the first with my iPad as recording device. Always looking to downsize without losing TOO much of the quality. A lot to cover here, but a few links you will … Read More

Creative: For What It’s Worth Episode 002

Just what you wanted for the holiday. Another podcast. Back by insatiable public demand, episode two. I cover The Homeless Backpack Project, enlightenment, politics, immigration, my life in cameras and the odd demise of modern Apple. Yep, I’m gonna keep … Read More

Creative: For What It’s Worth, Episode 001

Just what you needed. Another podcast. I’m here to help. “For What It’s Worth,” is my new podcast series where I talk about all the things people have never asked me to talk about. Politics, the environment, cycling, adventure, humanity … Read More

Creative: Update, New Publishing Project

Okay, one step closer to the prize. Not sure what that prize is but that is another matter. This is the second post in a series about my new publishing project. Need to say this again, right up front and … Read More

Creative: Sony A7riii Recap

I’m going to send the camera back early. Something wrong? Nope, not at all. I did my testing, know what I need to know, and will send it back so someone else can have a crack at it. I learned … Read More

Creative: The Big Smoke

Mile High, literally. Sative, Indica, Hybrid. Down from the north the memories flood. Virginia Dale to Ft. Collins to The Big Smoke. We need the wall. Not on the border, but here. Here near what’s left of the range. A … Read More

Creative: Lack Thereof

Time is a real issue. I was explaining to someone earlier today that I feel lucky to be in the tiny percentage of human beings who have real options in life. This is due to a variety of factors. Work, … Read More

Creative: Time with an Elder

Had a nice, long conversation with a 93-year-old last night. She was sharp as a tack. Hell, sharper than me. By a longshot. She’s made her living as a painter since she was seven. Yes, seven. She also convinced her … Read More

Creative: Sony A Siete R Tres fotos primeros

So back in the day cameras lasted a long time. Let’s just take Nikon for example and their original F1 model. This camera was created roughly ten thousand years ago. But it wasn’t until five thousand years ago that the … Read More

Creative: Poem from Mom

there is peace there is time to reflect there is time to dream there is a cushion to catch the fall there is love to fill the empty places isn’t it strange we need the empty places to find peace … Read More

Creative: Vlog 0008

Wow, look at me. Look how macho I am. I’m trending! All about me, me, me. So, this vlog is what happens when someone doesn’t really have time to vlog. I am thinking of starting a podcast, outside of my … Read More

Creative: Seattle Journal

Puke on the streets. Purple fleece, after a night of nights, finds himself new to the uncertain. Winter coming. Purple ribbon unraveling like the future plans. A temporary dream put on hold by down economic reality, cravings or lost hope. … Read More

Creative: Seattle and Beyond

Literally, but you won’t know what I’m referring to until a bit later. Two-party system, compromising and attempting to work together. Better food. Better coffee. Public transit. Bike lanes. No, not Seattle, but close. That’s beside the point. In the … Read More

Creative: Notes on Photography 7

Ahhhh, Paris. The City of Light. And rightly so. I love, love, love this place. I could live in Paris. I would have to change my life a bit, but man would it be worth it. But I’m spoiled. Were … Read More

Creative: Adobe Max

So I went to Max, again. This is one of my favorite shows. Tech-heavy, but underneath it’s about art and the creative process. Many of us use software and hardware to get there, but what you do with these tools … Read More

Creative: NEW! Blurb Notebooks & Journals

I’ve been keeping a daily journal since 1993. I found a book titled “The Adventures and Misadventures of Peter Beard in Africa,” and from that moment on I was utterly powerless in the face of pen + paper. Still am. … Read More