Monthly Archives: March 2012


I love staying in the Mission in San Francisco.

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Golden Gate

Biked across the Golden Gate with my wife and about 2,000 other tourists today. The view was breathtaking, but unfortunately I was mostly focused on not running over the toddlers and teenagers wandering into the bike lane… and not being … Continue reading

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Blue Bottle at SFMOMA

More museums should have legitimate coffee. Nothing beats having a great cappuccino after trying to look contemplative for a couple of hours.

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Mission Chinese Food

Waiting outside Mission Chinese Food in San Francisco. It was worth the wait.

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After 2 incredibly long years of waiting, Julie and I exchanged vows and rings on Saturday. This week I’m in San Francisco with my new bride, beginning our new life together exploring this remarkable city. I thank God for bringing … Continue reading

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Raleigh Denim Workshop

show video from Raleigh Denim on Vimeo. I grew up wearing clothes that my Granny sewed- usually the medium size of the set of three button-up shirt/shorts combo she made for my brothers and me. But other than those miniature Hawaiian shirts … Continue reading

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Our connection in D.C. was delayed for a couple of hours, so Julie and I jumped on the metro to Eastern Market to grab some coffee at Peregrine Espresso, one of my favorite shops in America. The Apollo Espresso (currently … Continue reading

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Quills Video by Valeur Collective

Quills Coffee | Valeur Collective from Valeur Collective on Vimeo. The fine folks over at Valeur Collective did a recent post on Quills Coffee, including this sharp little video shot at our New Albany roastery. It’s mostly of Philip and … Continue reading

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Birthday Bike Ride

Julie and I celebrated her birthday by riding along the Riverwalk to Portland and back. We stopped to take in the view from the Belvedere. The sun was shining and it felt good to wear shorts for the first time … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

“In my films I invite viewers to live in a slower tempo. We may not see some truths because of the fast rhythm of real life, so I try to get another reality on the screen by slowing down the … Continue reading

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