As I sit here on this Sunday morning, the rain is pouring outside. When I was a child, I used to hate the rain because it meant not getting to play outside. I’m still not particularly fond of it when I have my commute to work ahead, but when I have no particular place I have to go, it’s a lot like snow: Let ‘er rip.
Full disclosure: I love storms. I never wish for harm or damage, but it is an adrenaline rush when a storm does roll in. Perhaps I was conditioned during my years as a newspaper reporter, hopping in a car to rush out to get photos of damage.Read More
Today I’m sharing some of my secret weapons for productivity.
This cloud-based news aggregator is the biggest, most important tool in my arsenal. Basically, it compiles news feeds from a variety of websites that I can easily put into topic silos, or “feeds”. It recommends major websites to pull from or you can paste in the URL from the ones you want (most websites have RSS feeds you can grab, but some do not) Feedly to pull from. I discovered Feedly in 2013 after Google ended its Reader application for some dumb reason.Read More
I’ve been doing a great deal of blogging lately, covering a wide range of topics and industries. I thought I would take this opportunity share some of my recent commercial writing…
Hospitality Industry Blogging
Client: Acropolis Mediterranean Grill
Now that warmer weather time is upon us, you definitely want to take advantage of our patio space at Acropolis. The Scenic City comes to life as a summer travel destination, offering many opportunities to dine outdoors. Here are 5 reasons why you definitely want to join us for dinner on the patio…
Client: Amigos Mexican Restaurants
It’s May, so that diet you vowed to follow in January may be long forgotten by now. If not, good for you! For others, keeping things like sugar in moderation is a must if eating out with diabetes or similar conditions. For those of you wanting to eat out lighter fare so you can look good on the beach this summer or feel healthier, we offer this guide to how to eat healthy at Chattanooga Mexican Restaurants.
If your attitude about Mexican food is “the hotter the better!”, this article is for you! We’re going to suggest some of the boldest dishes you can find at Chattanooga Mexican Restaurants. Technically, “spicy” is not a taste. Yes, you heard me right! Spiciness is actually a form of pain, and spicy foods contain chemicals that stimulate the pain receptors in your mouth. Some of those nerves also monitor temperature, which is why spicy foods give off a burning (hot) sensation when we eat them. The same type of reaction causes us to cry when cutting onions. If you’re like us, you know it hurts so good!…
A recent headshot for actor and singer Melanie Tolbert.
I recently photographed the newly remodeled showroom for Honda of Cleveland Tennessee.
The team of designers at Riverworks Marketing Group in Chattanooga TN put together a series of websites for the Regency Senior Living company of Assisted Living and Memory Care communities in the Southeastern US. My photography is very prominently featured across the websites.
The Tennessee Aquarium is a non-profit public aquarium located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States. It opened in 1992 on the banks of the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga, with a major expansion added in 2005. The Aquarium, which has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) since 1993, is home to more than 12,000 animals representing almost 800 species.