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I'm a documentary photog, writer, technologist & rockhound. I translate the human condition into powerful art. I explore the intersections of humanity & technology.

At this phase in my journey, I have the luxury of decades of experiences and volumes of stories that shape my interpretation and observations of the world.

My work here will cover a multitude of topics, but will usually follow two common threads-- exploring the intersections of humanity and technology and diving into the chaos of being human in the 2020s.

As a supporter of my art, you’ll get exclusive access to my writings along with direct access to me through chat with the membership option. I am available as a comms and technology consultant for humanitarian organizations, non-profits and solopreneurs doing the hard work to make our world a better place. I’m here to support you.

How can I help you better understand, navigate and serve the world?


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Make Tech Your Friend...

Mar 14, 2020

So...my schedule opened up a little for next week. ;) And I'm guessing yours did too. I've been thinking of all the lovely souls I know who run very small businesses who might not be around when the dust settles and my heart is breaking.

And since the events that I'm scheduled to work in have all been cancelled this month (and beyond, I'm sure), I have an abundance of time and a few decades of knowledge. I'll help you begin to wrap your brain around any aspect of digital marketing, web production, branding, etc (y'all know my jam) and you can buy me some coffee. ;)

Win-win for everyone.Buy a coffee or pass this post along to someone in need of some digi comms knowledge. ;) Staying active, sharing knowledge and shifting into creative mode will help us all navigate the rocky waters that are coming our way. Fast. Sending hugs and elevated energy to everyone.

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My Why...

Feb 20, 2020

My story is a beautiful cornucopia of hot messes, fabulous triumphs and simple beauty. At this phase in my journey, I have the luxury of decades of experiences and volumes of stories that shape my interpretation and observations of the world.

I place those interpretations and pontifications into words. Daily. Not all of them make the edit. Hell, most of them are shit. But the words that do make it to the editing folder are the ones I share here.

I’m insanely curious about everything. Curiosity is like an itch that morphs into a seething rash if I don’t scratch it. So, I do. I research. I observe. I learn. I share.

My entire “professional career” is a culmination of this curiosity. My photojournalism career, my documentary projects, my comms consulting, my technology work-- it’s all the result of scratching the insatiable itch.

My work here will cover a multitude of topics, but will usually follow two common threads-- exploring the intersections of humanity and technology and diving into the chaos of being human in the 2020s.

My specific areas of interest are:

  • Personal Data Rights & Privacy

  • Free Speech & Protecting Our Voices

  • Hacking & Cybersecurity

  • Politics, Economics & Protecting Democracy

  • Human Rights & Activism

  • Humanitarian Technologist

  • Blockchain & Non-Shitty Cryptocurrencies

  • Mindful Digital Use

  • Documentary Photography

  • Digital Nomads

  • Sustainability & Climate Crisis

  • Urban Micro Farming and Food Security

  • Environmental Justice

  • Homesteading and Self-Sufficiency

  • And so much more...

As a supporter of my art, you’ll get exclusive access to my writings along with direct access to me through chat with the membership option. I am available as a comms and technology consultant for humanitarian organizations, non-profits and solopreneurs doing the hard work to make our world a better place.

I’m here to support you. How can I help you make this chaotic planet a better place for us all?

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