Well, it’s been too long since I last posted. Been busy at a new gig, new car project. Will have to start posting progress on that.

So I’m helping my friend Sherri Kajiwara with a cookbook, and doing the photos. 

The people I hang out with  don’t seem to use hot trays as much as my parents did.

I love this gravestone and the motivation speaks to me.  For something that is supposed to be the final statement, the final marker, it’s great to strive to “transcend the usual clichés”    

My dad finally got a new bike, so I took over his old one, swapping out the Exage drivetrain to a single speed.

Finally getting around to posting this one.  It’s a typical rectangular condo bedroom, with white walls and a sliding doors to a balcony.  The wall opposite the bed is high gloss grey. 

I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. Well, the parts have been sitting around for a while.

Back in the day, this landline phone would have cost as much as a decent cell phone today.

And by ‘we’ I mean the majority of people who don’t have their lives revolving around tech and gadgets.  Bryan over at Causemos has some interesting things to say about the Oculus Rift when I asked him about it on that Face site. Image from The Verge.

Oh, here’s a piece  I did some photos for of the workspace I designed and built for Erin Shaw.