I flew into Austin late the night before. It was 2013, and I was in a city I hadn’t yet spent much time in, but I knew one thing– I needed to meet some photographers. I was working on a skunkworks project, and knew from past experience that photographers were a great match for the project. […]
Edward makes the Austin Toy Box special His name is Edward, and he’s awesome. He was sitting outside of his East Austin house (which I’ve dubbed the Austin Toy Box) when I happened to ride by on a lazy Monday afternoon. He works the graveyard shift at the local newspaper, delivering news to those who […]
When visitors think about Austin, visions of quirky people, interesting food, and signs– yes signs (and murals), come to mind. From the Austin Motel sign, to Magnolia Cafe’s glowing neon, signs are something held dear by many Austinites (and salvaged, reconstructed, and preserved). But, there may be no Austin sign or mural more famous than […]
About Walla Crag Since I was in Keswick for a conference, and had a few hours to kill before going back to Manchester, I asked around for some great hiking spots. If you know anything about Keswick and The Lake District, you know that hiking is what the area is known for. So, there was no […]
Today I spent an hour at the beach working through a story for an upcoming presentation (nothing like the sound of waves methodically splashing against the shore to help concentration).
You know what’s awesome? A random park in the middle of Austin filled with peacocks. That’s what.
Hole in the Rock at Papago Park is a must-see, and one of the most photographed areas in Phoenix.
For a quick lunch-hour walk in the park, Dick Nichols District Park is a great place.
While it’s not much of an actual hike, Mansfield Dam is an awesome park-and-walk.
The perfect place to scope the Austin skyline perched above the beauty of Lady Bird Lake.