It was a hot day in August but I finally got my wish. Going to Fenway was a strange experience for me, there was both a sense of aww and a sense of weirdness. This place is the home to so much history, which I respect, but at the same time, it’s enemy territory.
I have a friend who loves going to Seaside Heights, for me that place will always remind me of high school, because that’s about the age most people grow out of wanting to go there. And don’t even get me started on the atrocity that is the show Jersey Shore. […]
I love this photo, the texture of the clouds, the rays breaking through, the silhouette of my concert buddy. I took this shot during the Dave Matthews Band Caravan festival in Atlantic City, NJ.
My parents have been divorced since shortly after I was born, my family structure has only gotten more complicated since then, but for the purpose of this story all that needs to be said is that my father’s side of the family are all living in southern California. When I […]
Working in New York City every day, it’s easy to take this city for granted. It took a friend coming to town from Florida to make me take some time to stop and enjoy one of the greatest cities in the world. When you’re going in to the city for […]
… Or so it felt.
London is the home of the 2012 Olympics, and as a result they’re trying to improve the city’s infrastructure. While that’s great for them, what it meant for me is that the three lines that went from the stop where I was staying, to the stop […]
King’s Cross/St. Pancras station
Spent 3.5 days in London last week. If you are thinking that doesn’t sound like a long time, you’re right. Though unintentionally I stumbled upon the best means of international travel. Deprive yourself of sleep before you go, then stay up once you get there and you’ll […]