Pictures and ramblings from a young man always on the move.
May 31st
6:18 PM
Sitges. 2012. Sitges, Spain.

Sitges. 2012. Sitges, Spain.

6:15 PM
Our Father. 2012. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.

Our Father. 2012. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.

6:10 PM
Accordion Boy. 2012. Lisbon, Portugal.

Accordion Boy. 2012. Lisbon, Portugal.

May 4th
11:11 AM

Pivoting Planes. Philadelphia, PA. 2010.

A project to explore the transition from Euclidian to Organic shapes and the interactions and relationships that are created within this transition. 

April 24th
11:47 PM

Onion Chair. Philadelphia, PA. 2012.

This is a chair I designed and fabricated for a furniture design class at Penn in Spring 2012. I am pretty pleased with the result.

April 10th
1:35 PM
Opera House. Sydney, New South Wales. 2009.

Opera House. Sydney, New South Wales. 2009.

1:34 PM
Sculpture by the Sea. Bondi Beach, New South Wales. 2009.

Sculpture by the Sea. Bondi Beach, New South Wales. 2009.

April 9th
10:05 PM
Vineyard. Margaret River, Western Oz. 2009.
When mentioning Margaret River, most people think of one of two things: surfing or wine. Not a bad combo to have a reputation built on.

Vineyard. Margaret River, Western Oz. 2009.

When mentioning Margaret River, most people think of one of two things: surfing or wine. Not a bad combo to have a reputation built on.

10:03 PM
Margaret River. Western Oz. 2009.
Things were pretty gnarly this day. I don’t think anyone was out.

Margaret River. Western Oz. 2009.

Things were pretty gnarly this day. I don’t think anyone was out.

March 27th
10:29 AM

Photoset: From Sea to Conveyor. Hong Kong. 2009.

I found both of the activities going on in these two photos fascinating. The first is of fishing boats that are selling fresh fish to patrons who lean over from the dock 15 feet above the boats. Each boat as a terrace made from randomly shaped and sized buckets with strategic holes placed in them that allows water flowing from a hose at the top to trickle down each level and circulate fresh water to the fish in the boat. I doubt the water in this bay in Hong Kong was “fresh” though. The second picture shows a conveyor belt of sushi, priced by the color of plate it was on. Like some places in the US, patrons go up and grab whatever items they want and settle up at the end. What made this interesting was the sheer functionality of the process; this was not a 4 star restaurant… this was a fast food sushi joint, with people running into a packed seating area, pounding four plates of sushi, and running out 5 minutes later.