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Often in the early months of each new year I write about how the pursuit my goals went from the previous year. Then I subsequently write about what my goals are for the new year. And when I write about my goals I always write about two separate lists of goals. I list of goals was for my running goals and the other list of goals related to my photography. I am not doing… Read More

As I have begun creating more and more photography and media while out trail running there is always this thought in the back of my mind, what if I trip or fall while I am out there running with my camera? I love combining my love of photography with my love of running, however I wonder if it might be hazardous to my equipment or to myself to do so. Part of… Read More

I have been pretty fortunate as an artist. I have been able to have an exhibit featuring my artwork each of the past four years. I had an exhibit featuring my photography of shelter dogs at the Chemung County SPCA hosted at the Chemung County Historical Society. I had a joint exhibit with my father showcasing our wildlife art hosted by the Community Arts Of Elmira. Last year I had an exhibit… Read More

Facebook memories reminded me that nine years ago 3/27/2010 I had my first pieces of artwork on display in an art gallery. That was the opening of a door to things I never imagined. Those photographs would be on display in the Artisan’s Shoppe in Wellsboro, PA. It is quite amazing that on that same day nine days later another door would open to me and an opportunity to take on something… Read More

Tonight is the opening reception for my 3rd solo art exhibit: A Runner’s World. The exhibit is on display at the Tioga Arts Council in Owego, NY. The reception is 5 pm – 8 pm tonight Friday 2/2/18. The exhibit will be on display from February 2 – 24, 2018. Here is a link to the event in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/194727194413683/ This exhibit features photography that I have taken while I have been out… Read More

I’ve made a lot of friends over the years and if you are a dog lover like me you count a lot of dogs among them. Two of my best friends became part of my lives completely by coincidence. We met our dogs Brynn and Kira at the Chemung County SPCA and they became family. You can meet your next best friend at the Chemung County SPCA too.

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