A Bridge's Reflection - Magnolia Plantation, Charleston, SC

Charleston, Photography, Photos, South Carolina, Travel

A Bridge’s Reflection

Magnolia Plantation – Charleston, SC


Kauai ATV

Hawaii, Kauai, Travel

Team Akismet Rides in Kauai

Greg and I prepare for one helluva ATV tour on the gorgeous Hawaiian island of Kauai during this past January’s Akismet meetup. Things got muddy pretty quickly.


Chrissy in Key West

Chrissy, Florida, Key West, People, Photography, Travel

Key West Flashback

My beautiful wife in Key West, 2012, black and white.

Atlantic City, Borgata, Jersey Shore, Longport, New Jersey, Ocean City, Photo Gallery, Photography, Photos, Travel, Vacation

A Week in Jersey

That’s it. Our final vacation and relaxation before the baby enters the world in about a month. The hospital bag is packed, the name is chosen, and the nursery is ready. And after a week spent cruising around Absecon Island and Cape May County, I think we’re ready. It’s my favorite place in the world, and although Chrissy isn’t quite sold on moving there permanently yet, I’ll be happy when I can have our daughter chime in at some point. I know she’ll see things Daddy’s way. :)


New York City Skyline from Weehawken, NJ

New York City, Photography, Photos, Places, Travel, Weehawken

NYC from Weehawken

A lovely view of New York City from Weehawken, NJ.


Lonely Beach Stroll on Tybee Island, Georgia

Beaches, Black and White, Georgia, People, Photography, Photos, Travel, Tybee Island

Lonely Beach Stroll

Tybee Island, Georgia.



Georgia, Photography, Photos, Travel, Tybee Island


Tybee Island, Georgia


Tybee Island Beach, Georgia

Beaches, Georgia, Photos, Places, Travel, Tybee Island

Tybee Island Beach

One of my favorite places in the country. I love the South.

Chicago - View From The Hancock Building
Buildings, Chicago, Illinois, Photo Gallery, Photography, Photos, Travel


I spent the weekend in Chicago helping a colleague with WP University – a sort of WordPress workshop which took place at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Business. It was my first time to the ‘Windy City’, and it ended up being a fantastic trip – the event went well, the hospitality was unmatched (thanks to Mike and Susan!) the food was yummy, and I got to meet David Burke. The cold was, in fact, worth braving.