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December 6, 2013

Santa’s Reindeer

Never had the thought crossed my mind until this Christmas season. I know the story of “The Night before Christmas”, but little did I know or even cared to know what a specific part of that famous poem meant. The story was written in 1823 by Clement Clarke Moore, and told of Santa and his flying reindeer on Christmas eve. My question was, “Is there any meaning behind the names of Santa’s Reindeer?” So being the normal person of today, I Googled it. No I didn’t find it in a book at the library somewhere. Who on earth has time for that? Here’s what I found….Also note that there were only 8 originals, sorry Rudolf. - Read More -

Cinderella's Castle
September 11, 2013


After having a baby, buying a new house, buying a new car and working a full time and part time jobs, you need a vacation. My wife and I along with her family took ours to sunny Florida. Where else do east coast people go? - Read More -

August 27, 2013

See Ya Facebook

I decided to deactivate Facebook. It was a little scary at first. I wasn’t quite sure what would happen. I didn’t want to lose everything just in case I wanted to come back, but for now I’m done with it. - Read More -

December 1, 2012

The New iMac vs Custom PC

So the new Apple iMac’s just came out today for pre-order. Yes, they are quite impressive in their sleek and thin design. They have pretty decent specs and I’d honestly like to hit the “Buy Now” button, but here’s why I’m not and here’s why I think Apple is almost ridiculous when it comes to their computers. This is not a professional review it’s just mine after doing a lot of research and some common sense. - Read More -

October 2, 2012

Cisco: Biggest Supporter

I was contacted by an independent company (Stalkr) about a timelapse that I took and posted to my Vimeo account. It was a simple timelapse of the Winterfest 2012 stage being set up at the Thomspon Boling Arena in Knoxville, TN. They said they wanted to use it in their clients next commercial. I simply asked who the client was and what it’s about. They simply told me it was a major networking company and it’s about a busy political campaign. Couldn’t give me any details at the moment. So I agreed. Who wouldn’t want air time? - Read More -

September 11, 2012

I Remember

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 11 years since the terrorist attacks. We all remember when and where just as those remember from the Silent Generation of the Pearl Harbor attacks. I was in ninth grade at Bradley Central High School. - Read More -

July 19, 2012

In the Night

These are some time-lapse shots that I took over the winter season. I travel a lot during the months of January through March so I wanted to get some shots, but I took the challenge of doing time-lapse at night. Some of the best results are seeing the stars moving, but that’s from the earth rotating. - Read More -

July 10, 2012


WARNING: The following has graphic details and imagery.

And others save with fear…”

Jude 1:23
King James Version (KJV)

Blink. 0.4 seconds. Darkness all around. Screams. Screeching. Stinch. Hot. You look down, your skin is melting and bubbling. It starts to pus and fall off your body. Blood gushes from every pore. Flames engulf you as you try to cover your face, but your hands are aflame. “What happened? Where am I?” you ask. You suddenly realize. This is Hell. - Read More -

June 19, 2012

Rush of India

I recently had the wonderful opportunity to shoot a video project in the country of India. I have been to China and Africa and Europe before, but this trip I was a little more hesitant with the excitement. It was definitely not like the other trips. India is the second largest country by population making up 17.24% of the world. That’s a whopping 1,210,193,422. The United States is third with 313,753,000. So yea, it was crowded, everywhere. - Read More -

garfield friday
June 15, 2012

Ahhh, Friday

Weekends are a bit like rainbows; they look good from a distance but disappear when you get up close to them.  ~John Shirley

There’s just something about Fridays isn’t there? I love Friday, but I have to be honest it’s not necessarily my favorite day. I’m going to have to go with Thursday on that one. I don’t know why, it just always has been. I feel like I have less to do that day, plus I know that tomorrow (Friday) is coming and that it’s not the beginning or the middle of the week. What I don’t like about Fridays though is that it’s only two days away from Monday. - Read More -

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