RE: #InternationalWomensDay, My Wife, Our Business, etc.

(I wrote this for our business' blog over at, but I thought I'd share it in this space as well, why not?) Once upon a time, we owned a café in Green Bay, Wisconsin called Kavarna Coffeehouse and I think Linda’s story was a little more widely known. But food manufacturing is less public-facing… Continue reading RE: #InternationalWomensDay, My Wife, Our Business, etc.

2022, My Year with Photography

Here are the ten photographs I took this year that I like best. We'll start there. Untitled (Fuji X-T1, Fujinon 18mm f2.0, Nodal Point Pano)Pam, Green Bay Farmer's Market. (Nikon FE, 50mm f/1.4 Nikkor-S Auto, Catlabs X 320)Untitled, Santa Fe (Fuji X-T1, Fujinon 18mm f2.0)Untitled, Painted Desert (Fuji X-T1, Fujinon 18mm f2.0, Pano)Petrified Rock (Fuji… Continue reading 2022, My Year with Photography

2022, My Year in Listening and Reading

I really like top ten lists, this time of year I find myself seeking them out (if you happen to read this and you have your own, please leave a link in the comments). This time of year I graze on them like a series of giant, cultural julebords, sampling all the tasty things I… Continue reading 2022, My Year in Listening and Reading

The Stucco Frieze at Balamkú

We travelled to Calakmul in Campeche, the heart of the Mexican Petén. Once the capitol of the Kingdom of the Snake, Calakmul now lies at the end of dusty, bumpy road in the Calakmul Biospheric Reserve. Famous for its spectacular pyramids, seeing it was the high point of our second trip to the Yucatán Peninsula.… Continue reading The Stucco Frieze at Balamkú