A few months back, I decided it was FINALLY time to invest in a real, actual camera. You know, the kind with lenses and a viewfinder that you actually look through and a button you press to take a picture. Why, you ask? Well, it’s mostly because, and this is really kind of dumb, IContinue reading “Exploring my new camera: Provincetown”
Enjoy this gem of a video from my new gig at From the Top here in Boston. This was shot at Fruitlands Museum, where you can see the beautiful landscape that is now my backyard. I love living in New England.
This post is for all of y’all out there who have the dubious distinction of working with marketing people. That is most of you, I realize, so listen up. We marketing folks are strange. We somehow thought it would be fun to make a living at trying to convince over-stimulated and under-paid humans to doContinue reading “6 tips for working with marketing people”
Whoo-eee, friends, has this blog post been a roller coaster. I started off with a gentle, wistful idea of trying to explain how I feel about Boston right this very moment, and then, before I could type one character, my facebook feed exploded in a mournful wail at the news that Robin Williams has leftContinue reading “Carpe Diem”
Maya Angelou, pictured above with Louis Langrée and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (and shamelessly borrowed from the From the Top facebook page). *** “Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.” – Maya Angelou. Seriously, y’all. Is that not the most incredible quote about music you’veContinue reading “Punched in the gut by Maya Angelou”