These days I’m working as a ranch hand, in the good company of old oak trees. Best office in the world.
Outside that role, I’ve worked as a writer and a photographer for NGO clients in the US and East Asia.
I grew up in the US, China and Japan.
I’m the author and producer of The Photographers Field Guide to Beijing and Laughing Lost in Briars.
On this website, I share what I’m learning from those projects, and related topics like cross-cultural communication.
Most of theses notes are utilitarian. A few are weird! I am sharing them hoping that a few of these ideas will be interesting to you, too.
Expect combinations, dissections and the occasional deleted page. I’m working with a particular sort of iteration in mind — are there any interesting connections in this idea heap? Let’s find out.
The Github repo for this website’s code is open. Here are the ingredients I’m using:
- Building with Jekyll on GitHub Pages
- Delivery via Cloudflare CDN
- Managing search snippets with Google Webmaster tools