Scenes from the 2017 NYC Women’s...

26th Jan, 2017

  Rand and I talked about going to the Women’s March in D.C. – we rolled the idea around in our heads, but realized that we’d already be in New…

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I Fall Asleep Everywhere And My Life is...

3rd Jan, 2017

  So, wait, you’re a travel writer? Well, kind of. I mean, I travel a lot and I write about it, but I don’t know if my blog is actually…

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Predatory Hunt: Powerscourt Estate,...

2nd Jun, 2016

“Dear god,” I told him when I saw the photo. “I look positively predatory.” Rand laughed. “You do,” he agreed. “You look like you are hunting me.”

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Scenes from Austin, Texas.

23rd May, 2016

I liked it. A lot. More than I thought I would. I get ideas about cities. I know, I know – that’s wrong. You shouldn’t formulate an opinion about a…

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Multiple Perspectives in Photographs:...

25th Feb, 2016

My endless fascination with two people taking photos at the same time continues. In Ireland, as I was snapping photos, Wil was doing the same (albeit more competently, with an…

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Sunset over Durham, North Carolina

17th Feb, 2016

Durham felt familiar somehow. Neither of us┬áhad ever been there before, but the streets weren’t foreign to us. When the light of the setting sun hit a row of brick…

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Timfoolery: The Yearlong Prank That...

5th Jan, 2016

Believe me when I tell you, as unlikely as it sounds, that we did it out of love. In the end, anyway. When it started, it wasn’t quite that. It…

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Empathy Doesn’t Need A Passport.

16th Nov, 2015

I was in Oklahoma when the news of the attacks on Paris broke, but my heart and mind have been in the City of Light ever since.

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Wil and Rand and Rio in Ireland.

6th Nov, 2015

We went to Ireland with our friends Wil and Nora, their son Rio, and the amazing Emily, nanny-extraordinaire (she also helped take care of me and Rand, which was nice).…

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