Horseshoe crabs

It’s been a while since my last update…I’ve been busy with lots of things related to the NewsWorks site, but also with a side project of producing science content for QUEST, a science and environmental program produced by by KQED in San Francisco that’s now a multi-station content collaborative which includes WHYY. I’ve finally got […]

Shooting Delaware Bride

Some images from the spring issue of Delaware Bride Magazine, shot on location at Longwood Gardens last fall.

Building yourself up

I find it important to stay balanced and connected with real people and sometimes that can be a challenge in this business. One client that I work with every year that really helps with that is Rebuilding Together Philadelphia. If you don’t know, RT organizes volunteers to make repairs and accessibility improvements to the homes […]

Faking Spring and Other Photographic Challenges

This past January, I got an assignment to shoot 3 eco-activists for a magazine feature story. As is usually the case, we were shooting for an issue that would appear on newsstands several months later, in this case April. The portraits needed to be environmental to tell the story, but since the issue would appear […]

Backing Up Your Mac – A Short Course

One question I don’t get asked very often is, “How do I safely back up my data?” You know you need to do it, but like doing your taxes, you’re putting it off until the last minute. Unfortunately, with a disk failure you don’t exactly know when the last minute is. In this post, I’ll boil it all down so you can quickly understand the issues and tell you how I back up my digital files and why I do it the way I do.