snapshots

A little photographic insight into my Bangkok life. Scott and I recorded music one night. No photographic evidence of my instrument: the melodica, a keyboard you have to blow into a tube to play… Mojitos on a rooftop at an art show in the “cool, hipster” district John boy. HUGE sugared donuts for 10 baht. … More snapshots

wat arun

Finally guilt-tripped Scott into going to a temple with me. We chose Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple situated along the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya river. Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of the Dawn, has┬áincredible mosaic work. Built to represent Mount Meru, the center of the world in Buddhist cosmology, the temple … More wat arun

city breaks

Since arriving in Bangkok, I’ve been shooting primarily with my film camera and my iPhone. My DSLR is just so heavy with all the walking and motorbiking we do. The first time I took my DSLR out with me was during a midday work break to Chatuchak park. I wanted to try riding the BTS … More city breaks

discovering a home

As the hour that will mark a full week here in Thailand approaches, I figured it was time I sat down to write. Or, rather, to publish pieces of what I’ve already written – I’m being picky so it should still be brief. I’m overly stimulated right now – it’s nearly impossible to sit down … More discovering a home