They say that retirement is a time for reflection. A time to look back on your greatest accomplishments with a sense of pride. In this spirit, my father spent a significant part of his first year of retirement assembling a photo album of every car he has ever owned. Continue reading →
There are moments in life when the universe will literally club you over the head with beauty if you pay just a little bit of attention. This can happen diving the depths of the ocean and conversing with the glittering and exotic life that you find there. It can happen Continue reading →
The weekend before last I attended the No Barriers Summit in Telluride Colorado. I went because the intersection of outdoorsy dirtball and physically disabled is tiny and remote and I was curious to see who else lives there. I went because Continue reading →
K and I sat on the clearly marked “handicapped access” bench halfway between Exit Glacier Alaska and its parking lot. We discussed our life plans in the easy shorthand of people who have know each other since kindergarden. Continue reading →
Throwing yourself into new experiences can be terrifying. The unknown forces us to stretch beyond the end of where our comfort zones usually lie. This is a short film I made from footage shot last December while doing just that in New Zealand.
A friend since grade school, L has always walked like she is storming a castle. It’s a good day if I’m only a hundred feet behind her, it’s a good day for anyone if they are within fifty. Today, on the path through the rain forest, it’s not a good day.
Let me rephrase, it’s actually one of the most amazing days in the history of ever. Continue reading →