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18 Dec

2015 Christmas Card

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Family Illustration

2015 Christmas Card

We thought about using last year's Christmas family portrait for this year's Christmas Card, but that just wasn't unique enough.

I know that I should draw more. It comes up during every self-reflection. For this reason I decided to illustrate our family portrait, thinking that it would be pretty simple.

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12 May

Interview

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by Andrew Kavanagh

24 Dec

Merry Christmas

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2014

Christmas Tree Card Illustration

May the Radiant Reflective Glow of Christmas Brighten Your Spirit, and Make Bright Your Path in the Coming Year

This year marks a milestone. For the last decade (11 cards total) I have created a custom Christmas card which gets printed, signed, stamped and mailed to clients, family, and friends. The expectation brings additional stress at an already stressful time of year. Coming up with an idea has always been the toughest part. Execution of the idea is easy and fun.

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21 May

Below The Empire State Building

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Daily Quick Edit

Empire State Building

New York, NY - July 2013

I fell off the wagon with my Daily Quick Edits. I could kick myself about it, and get discouraged, and decide to quit, but I decided to just keep moving forward. Life happens and sidetracks us sometimes.

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10 Nov

Washington DC

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Capitol Tour

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE FOR A LARGER VIEW.

The US Capitol is a must see for anyone visiting DC. 

US Capital

The public tour runs like a well oiled machine, possibly the only thing within these walls that runs so well.

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10 Nov

Washington DC

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Lincoln

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Lincoln's legacy is a huge part of the Washington DC narrative. He is everywhere. This is window screen at the Lincoln Museum accross the street from Ford's Theater.

Lincoln Museum

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18 Apr

Las Palmas, Zihuatanejo, Mexico

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Details

My camera helps me see details and abstractions in the scenes I might otherwise forget. I love photographing these kinds of images, and they always end up being some of my favorites, regardless of where they were captured. 

These detail images were all taken at Las Palmas or along the beach near by.

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12 Apr

Playa Blanca, Zihuatanejo, Mexico

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Local Beach Critters

Playa Blanca is a relatively deserted beach, except for the myriad of non human life. Dolphins swim and play along the shoreline and whales are commonly spotted a little further out. We saw both, but unfortunately I wasn't quick enough to capture any pictures.

So I took lots of bird pictures instead.

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11 Apr

Las Palmas, Zihuatanejo, Mexico

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Heaven on Earth, Part 1

The first time we stayed at Las Palmas, two years ago, I literally teared up when I stepped onto the property. It is exactly how I imagine heaven. The second visit was just as heavenly. Las Palmas Beach Suites

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02 Apr

Playa Blanca, Zihuatanejo, Mexico

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Local Scene

Last February we took our second trip to the Hotel Las Palmas on Playa Blanca, just south of Zihuatenjo. http://www.hotellaspalmasmexico.com/location-map.html

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