Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sweet Home Chicago

Dashboard altar Toyota Tacoma

I’m at the Seattle-Tacoma airport now, about to board a flight to Chicago. In the last weeks of wallowing lazily in the bosom of Anacortes’ wonderland of nature, many things occurred. As you know, dear readers, I cycled through a tremendous amount of fear. My fabulous dad, so wise &… Read On

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My Life In Anacortes, WA

Anacortes Sunset Washington Park

It’s been hard to put down on paper what being in Anacortes, WA for these last weeks has been like. The nature here is abundant, healthy, and well maintained. Many days have been spent walking or running the trails, hiking up hills, photographing sunsets, and spending time with wonderfully kind,… Read On

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The SpokenCoast Project Trailer

The SpokenCoast Project Trailer from The SpokenCoast Project on Vimeo.

An overview of the type of stories The SpokenCoast Project is looking for, in the hopes of bringing them to a wider audience. The goal is to provide another resource of hope for people struggling to get through a tough situation. The project will interview people on the coast from Pt. Hope, AK to Tiera del Fuego, Chile. Shot primarily with a Nikon D5100; audio supplemented with a Zoom H1. Edited in Final Cut Pro X.

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I Stink At Goodbyes

Probably I’m not the only one. But truly, in trying to get my behind out of Dodge these last few weeks, I’ve noticed unusually avoidant behavior about saying goodbye. All week, in my head, I knew I was going to take off today. But, I only told my buddy that… Read On

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