Mar 19, 2018

The Pen Is Mightier

In the right hands, the pen can be mightier than the camera. If you haven't bought my new book, "All My Photographs Are Made With Pens," then now is the time. My book is filled with 600 Mighty drawings. You won't regret buying it. Here is the link.

Mar 16, 2018

A Chicken In Every Pot

The U.S. government estimates that approximately 4 million birds are scalded alive at slaughterhouses each year.

Mar 15, 2018

Dog Bowl

My latest ceramic creation. A dog dish. Everybody wants one.

Mar 7, 2018


The great Parka Blog reviewed my new book. Here is his written review.

Feb 27, 2018

Ceramic Buttons

These are ceramic buttons I made for my wife, Yun Lee. She knits, so these will come in handy.

Feb 26, 2018

Gun's Reign

Many other countries have gun fanaticism under control. America's status quo has gotta go. More guns are not the answer.

Feb 23, 2018

The ADlympics

I watched the opening ceremony of the Olympics and it was great. There was a strange issue that kept bugging me a bit though. I was wondering if anyone else noticed this too. They would announce a country and then point out some person on the team and say, "this dude is actually a dual citizen of said country and more than likely has never even set foot there. He lived and trained in Canada his whole life, a million miles from said country." There appeared to be ringers who were able to technically claim some connection to a country in order to be in the Olympics. This type of story continued to repeat itself throughout the games. I guess as long as the athlete looks good holding the Hostess Twinkie for the tv commercial, it's all on the up and up. I myself like the athletes who are actually from the country they represent.