mv & baby makes three

  I’m not going to lie: I was a little nervous about how starting a family would affect our ability to travel. I felt like every time I’d ever seen a couple with children at an airport/bus terminal/train station they were always juggling armfuls of carriers, baggage, and general crap while run-pushing a stroller to … Continue reading mv & baby makes three

kent, ct

OK—it’s been a while since I’ve posted. About the exact amount of time it takes to grow a baby, have it, and then eventually start sleeping again. Coincidence? Maybe. In any case, here we are—and in spite of all that I’ve been working on this past year, the adventures have far from stopped…even if I’ve … Continue reading kent, ct

chasing sunsets in san diego

When I travel, I have a steadfast rule that taking pictures is always sacrificial to the experience. In other words, the experience is the priority, and photographing what I’m experiencing is a happy consequence—not the other way around. Maybe that makes me a subpar photographer, or maybe it makes me an excellent traveler—I’m not sure, … Continue reading chasing sunsets in san diego

beauty in brookland

Recently I was out shooting, as I often am, exploring a lesser-known neighborhood in Washington, D.C. called Brookland. I stopped on an overpass to take a picture of some train tracks in front of a giant brick building with “BROOKLAND” brushed across it in big white letters. “Excuse me,” I heard a voice behind me … Continue reading beauty in brookland