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    Paddling Along

    Paddling Along

    After a bit of a hiatus from blog updates, I just want to say I’m still here – still paddling along! I’ve been completing assignments for publications, non-profit organizations and businesses in the Portland, Oregon area more than fourteen years. It’s always a pleasure to meet new people, see new things and dig a little […]

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    Heart Camp Video

    Heart Camp Video

    I’ve been keeping things from this place and that’s not good. Life has been busy, work has been wonderful and the craziest time of year, Summer, is right around the corner. So I’m going to do a few updates here with current work and ongoing projects. To start, here’s a video I shot and edited […]

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    Recreational Vessel

    Recreational Vessel

      Summer hangs there like a basket, waiting to be loaded full of memories and feelings. We paddled the Columbia River Slough, the Willamette and the Siltcoos Rivers and we talked about time and birds and life. We explored the hills and rivers near the Middle Fork of the John Day and fell in love with a meadow. […]

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    Soaring Above the Oregon Coast

    Soaring Above the Oregon Coast

      Hovering in a tiny helicopter above a colony of seagulls, suspended in the salty breeze above the Siuslaw River, I realized I was in a dream. I’d always wanted to be high in the air, looking down on members of my favorite taxonomical rank: aves. I see birds at the feeder in the yard and flitting between trees […]

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    Just One Punch

    Just One Punch

    I was just digging around my archive and found a few photos I hadn’t thought about in nearly ten years. I don’t follow boxing, but it it’s been nearly impossible to avoid news of last weekend’s “Fight of the Century” between Mayweather and Pacquiao and the controversy swirling around it. Looking at the images I wondered how […]

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    Running My Age on the Wildwood Trail

    Running My Age on the Wildwood Trail

    “Portland hit two records for the date: With 1.8 inches of rain, the day easily surpassed the .16 of an inch Jan. 17 typically sees and just squeaked by the 1.76 inches that fell on the date in 1976.” The Oregonian   All my past birthday runs have been packed up and rolled into one big trot […]

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    Paddling Along

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    Post Pickathon 2013
    Post Pickathon 2013

    The writer Pete Brook posed a question last year at Pickathon for a Wired.com story: What makes a g…

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    Running My Age on the Wildwood Trail

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    24-Hours in the Old Pueblo
    24-Hours in the Old Pueblo

    Last February, in an effort to ditch the rain and see some friends we made plans to go to Tucson. At…

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    Recreational Vessel
    Recreational Vessel

      Summer hangs there like a basket, waiting to be loaded full of memories and feelings. We pa…

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