Saturday, May 16, 2009

So long...

Well I haven't posted in forever and there's a reason. I don't live in Tampa anymore. This blog therefore is done. It's been fun but now it's over.

Now I'm having adventures in India. You can follow me here.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Hopefully not my only 15 minutes...

I made a personal goal for myself to post to this blog every day in April. As you can see I didn't do it.

Between moving and work and all of the fun little things going on blogging has taken a back seat.

I've been taking a lot of bike photos lately. Fixed Fight III went down in St. Pete this last weekend and I snapped a bunch of photos. You can see them here.

They've been getting reposted all over the web. My friend even found them on some strange Italian fixed gear blog. PEDAL Consumption has four on their blog as well if you scroll down to April 21.

The Orlando Fixed gear blog picked them up too and so did Prolly.

I had no idea all of this was happening until yesterday, it explains why my flickr has been generating thousands of hits everyday.

Anyway I took a bunch of photos of the Thursday night ride yesterday. I put up a light and a diffuser and after a couple beers convinced some of the guys to do some tricks. I'll post the photos later today.

Here's one that I made yesterday more to come soon:

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

And then it stopped

and I remembered one of the reasons I love Florida

Rain, rain...

The first

My close friend Joshua and I just finished our first multimedia project last night. It was shot with my 5D Mark II using a Rhode Video Mic for audio.

We edited it in Final Cut pro and used MPEG Stream Clip to make the footage native to Final Cut.

Hopefully this will be the first of many.

Go here to watch it in high def.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Fun with Final Cut

Yesterday my friend Denver and I finished our first ever multimedia project. Unfortunately we learned some sad things about editing native footage from the 5D Mark II in Final Cut. Now we have to go back and fix some things.

To make sure our solution would work I slapped together probably the worst Final Cut video ever complete with homemade techno and footage I took of the Sunshine Skyway.

Let's see if this this works!

Sunday, April 12, 2009


Doesn't really mean a whole lot to me but I found my own way to celebrate the resurrection of a 2000 year old carpenter. I drank mimosas and made a giant pancake. It was decadent and wonderful.

Here are some photographs I made: