• 24 Jan0

    48 hours

    Leah Courage and I will be stuck in an airport security line just 48 hours from this moment. So will begin 5 weeks on the road shooting for five books in Singapore and Thailand. In Singapore we will capture images for my long-term projects, Equator and Belief. We will shoot the city and focus on […]

     
  • 18 Jan0
    The VAX77, A Folding Keyboard

    The VAX77, A Folding Keyboard

    I helped my friends at Infinite Respose roll out their new keyboard controller, the VAX77, at the music expo, NAMM, in Anaheim this week. It’s light, it folds in half, boasts polyphonic aftertouch, and offers the finest finger tip control of any keyboard in my experience. I love it and think it will be the […]

     
  • 7 Jan0

    Planet Ice wins award

    Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) chose Planet Ice, A Climate for Change as “2009 ASLI Choice.” ASLI’s Choice is an award for the best book of 2009 in the fields of meteorology / climatology / atmospheric sciences. I am grateful for the recognition but know full well it was the expertise of my authors that […]

     
  • 6 Jan0
    CBS Evening News

    CBS Evening News

    Leah and I traveled to New York for an interview on the CBS Evening News regarding Planet Ice. I dressed up, and given Halloween was the next day, the gap between my normal casual attire and my NY get up was appropriate. The producer introduced me to Russ Mitchell, who conducted the interview in a […]

     
  • 6 Jan0
    Planet Ice

    Planet Ice

    My most recent book, Planet Ice, has received a lot of great publicity lately. Men’s Journal devoted a full page to it in their October issue, and I am profoundly grateful. You can read the article here.