Sunday was Doggie Swim Day in DC — the day shortly after the last human swim and just before the the water is drained for winter, when the DC Department of Parks and Recreation opens all of its public pools to the dogs. Continue reading
Whenever work or play allows me to spend some time at my “west coast office”, I always make sure to shoot at the Venice Beach Skate Park–renowned for it’s beautiful design that ties in with the spectacular surrounding, as well as for the high level of skating by skaters of all ages. Here is a sample of the images I captured on a recent visit (click any image to open the full series in high resolution). Continue reading
After a blizzard you dig out and then you play. Here are a few shots I took walking through the always entertaining Malcolm X Meridian Hill Park in Washington, DC.
Skate culture met high culture at Washington’s Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Running through 13 Sep 2015, the Kennedy Center’s Finding A Line explores the intersection of the skate subculture with music, art and media. It includes orchestral works, exhibitions, stage plays and, of course, skating in a park custom built for the event in the front plaza. Continue reading
Sometimes you just need a break from the stresses of work, family and even social life. WithLoveDC saw the need, and began sponsoring Recess for Grownups at Dupont Circle. I was able to capture some of the fun last Wednesday. #PlayWithLove
Adult recess at Dupont Circle, Washington DC – 15 July 2015. Jumping rope with #PlayWithLove.