So many lighthouses, so little time.Read More
It was another Super Sunday in the neighborhood.Read More
Cuba is a place stuck in time. A place of stunning natural beauty and warm and happy people. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all.Read More
Sailing the ocean blue, with zero adult supervision.Read More
Every once in awhile you just have to treat yo'self. Last weekend, we drove to Savannah and did just that.Read More
So here we are in Philly, for literally less than 24 hours.Read More
Another year, another Mignon Faget catalog. Click here to see a few of my favorites from this fall's catalog.Read More
Ah, Vegas, the Bourbon Street of America.Read More
Any escape from New Orleans in August is welcome. It turns out three days in Colorado is more than enough to hit the reset button. Here are some highlights from our recent trip.Read More
If he were British, we'd be calling him Sir Peter Fountain. He was an institution.Read More
This is one of my favorite images, ever. This is my grandmother, Grace Chapman, taken in the late 1920's or early 1930's in her hometown of Georgetown, Mississippi.Read More
It's always fun to see your work in print! Last year I was asked by Louisiana Life magazine to capture the Societé of St. Anne, a Carnival walking club which started in 1969 as a rebellion to an orbinance that removed tradtional walking parades to the French Quarter. And unlike other Krewes with exclusive and costly memberships, St. Anne only requires that you show up and wear an awesome costume...which is really what the spirit of Mardi Gras is all about.
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Click here to see my full blog post from St. Anne's last year.
We've just returned from paradise. Just two hours down the road from the mega resorts and ivory towers of Cancun lies a paradise known as Tulum, Mexico; an ancient world of Mayan temples, thick jungle, gorgeous beaches, and my new favorite thing in the world: cenotes!Read More
Welcome to my new site! As you may or may not know, I've been blogging for years now over at my personal site, Elephant in Tiger Skin. With this new blog integrated into my new site, I'll simply link you on over. Enjoy this new site! There are many good things to come!