For previous reviews: 2011, 2012, 2013. 2014 was once again a year of tremendous transition, maybe the biggest of my entire life. I mean, are there any decisions more life-altering than getting married? Looking back on 2014 I’ve realized that … Continue reading
I love how there are so many people in my life that are down to go out and climb a mountain at the drop of a text. I love it even more if I get to take them up their … Continue reading
This past summer I wrote a post about a trip me and some friends took to Montana. We spent four days fly fishing, sitting by the fireplace, shooting guns, playing yard games, resting, and enjoying the great American northwest. With … Continue reading
I want to continue to carry on this tradition each year as I have done in 2011 and 2012. 2013 was my first full year out of college, and it has been absolutely amazing. As my sister Rebecca has always … Continue reading
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The third act in my exciting, adventure-filled summer is coming to an end. With less than a week until the three year (minimum) journey of Seminary starts, I can honestly say I am quite pleased with the last three months. … Continue reading
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As I mentioned in my last post, June really went by like a blur. The last week of June/first week of July was spent traveling. Highlights include shooting a wedding with an old Baylor friend, spending a week with my … Continue reading
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Just about a year ago I road tripped with my two friends Jake and Will from Texas to sweet home Chicago right after graduating from Baylor. For a week we explored city life, touristed, instagrammed, and hung with my awesome … Continue reading
At the end of my freshman and sophomore year of college I made ridiculous videos recapping my friends activities and shenanigans. These fun montage videos actually are what sparked my initial interest and passion in video and editing and eventually led to … Continue reading
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Tokyo drifting through the neighborhood streets, Oliver and I pull over in a parking lot on the way home from church to do donuts in LC. My car missed this. She hasn’t tasted fresh powder and recklessly spun in circles … Continue reading