This past spring I photographed The Gallatin School’s just renovated building. The school, part of New York University, specializes in individualized study and it hired Polshek Partnership Architects to give it a physical identity which matches its academic mission.
Last night I was searching online, trying to determine if the string buzz on the G string of my acoustic guitar was my poor technique or a sign of something amiss, and as is often the case on the Internet I ended up somewhere unexpected – right at the door of Danny Stanley, [...]
It has rained the past nineteen out of twenty-three days. A brief break brought sun in the afternoon, a chance to cut the overgrown lawn, and the gift of a stunning sunset.
It’s now 9:45 p.m. It’s pouring and thunder is rumbling off in the distance. Let’s change that to [...]
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) recently awarded the commemorative program for the dedication of Princeton University’s Lewis Library two gold medals as part of their 2009 Circle of Excellence Awards. One gold was in the Special Program Publications category and the other gold was for Excellence in [...]
I may be a bit late to the table on this but I thought I’d relate my experience shifting a few services over to Google.
Two months ago, awash in spam, seeing no end in sight, and having had about a year and a half of managing all my email twice [...]
My friend Cameron Davidson has the cover story including an eighteen page photo spread in tomorrow’s Washington Post Sunday Magazine. Cameron has been working on this project, documenting the Chesapeake watershed, for over a decade.
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