On 30 October 1893, the World’s Columbian Exposition (or The Chicago World’s Fair) closed after a six month celebration of Christopher Columbus’s arrival to the New World 400 years before (401 years, actually,… Continue reading
That’s what we do; we make photographs by stopping time for 1/500th of a second and preserve that moment that otherwise is forever once and gone.
Shit! 2018 is only hours away . . .
It was in Chicago that I discovered what love is, what love is not, and how lust can blind. It was in Chicago that I became a better man.
It has been nearly a fortnight since my thirty-first birthday. I am still mentally absorbing the impact of growing older, though, as I balance out the negatives and the positives. Fortunately, the balance… Continue reading