• B(j)trayal or just b(j)nevolence?

    March 4, 2005

    After a long night wrestling with IV Free board customization, I managed to finish (for the most part) the new look for the Bob Jones Grad Forums. I went with a “hawk/squirrel” theme as I’m told these two are common sights on the BJU campus, specifically with the former terrorizing the latter. I have to... Read More

  • Sneak Peek

    February 10, 2005

    Yes, yes, I know, I know. I’m up way too late again. Nothing like putting all your money on a snow day. Ah well, the fruits of labor are sweet. I’ve been working on Northern Dutchess Christian School’s new website. So here’s the progression: The new site I started tonight – I like it. Mucho... Read More

  • Snapshots From A Dream Half-remembered

    January 21, 2005

    Black and White Photography: NYC Through a Pinhole, Part I – A beautiful glimpse into the artistic prowess of R. Gardiner (no relation). His photographs of New York City are both stunning and pensive, capturing a unique metropolitan energy with his dramatic tones, his unusual angles and his flawless sense of symmetry and balance. So... Read More

  • A Christmas Hypnosis

    December 25, 2004

    Christmas Eve just ended, so I assume it’s Christmas. I should really just go to sleep and let the new day somehow magically dawn on me and make life white and soft and better. Watching reel to reel films of people long old or dead has put me in an extremely pensive mood. The projector... Read More

  • On the Set of War of the Worlds

    December 7, 2004

    Well, I sure got an adventure for ya. Filming began this week in Athens, NY on the set of War of the Worlds, a new movie directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Cruise scheduled for release sometime next year. So I’m driving home up Route 9 just outside of Hudson and I see this... Read More

  • (Photo) By Any Other Name

    August 5, 2004

    I rushed into my house one evening (running late of course) to get packed for our camping trip, and caught myself breathless at the sight of this bouquet. The evening sun sent such an intense light that set these roses ablaze. This has to be one of my favorite shots.

  • (Photo) Mocha Barn

    August 5, 2004

    This amazingly rich barn sits beside Route 9 in Livingston, NY. As far as I know, it’s not in use, but it sure does add to the atmosphere of the Hudson Valley. I touched it up a bit (the bottom left door and the windows have different effects than the siding). The velvety mocha siding... Read More

  • (Photo) Weekend Warriors

    July 27, 2004

    Took this picture overlooking Port Jervis just after coming out of PA from K’s wedding. This is actually faked… I had a pic of Jess and a pic of me in these poses, and I put them bot together on this shot. Both mother’s said we looked like warrior and that we should have theme... Read More