Back With a New Layout and New Ambitious Vision

Guess I’ve ran out of excuses for not giving much love to this website lately. Last fall I started a new job and have been focused on getting settled in the new environment. Long days for sure, but a routine has developed and I’m starting to enjoy some free time. I’ve now had the time to revamp the website and hopefully implement a rather ambitious vision for the site.

So what does all this mean? Well, mainly beside making some small changes to the layout of the site, I’m hoping to get into publishing more short documentaries.  I don’t have the luxury of doing features at the moment, but I do want to use my particular set of skills to highlight some of the issues that concern the health of the planet and particularly the oceans. And I’ll probably throw in some quick shorts on general topics just to keep things rolling.

Is that all?

Nope. Even though I’ve been on a hiatus lately, I still get the occasional email asking about this technique or that. Now despite the bold statements in some of the branding on this website a legacy of when I was hoping to make this a full time career, I really consider myself a student of storytelling. But I’ve learned so much in the last couple of years perhaps I can pass it on to others through a series of ‘how-to’s’.

And speaking of storytelling. Don’t be surprised if you see an occasional ‘just interesting’ piece here. I don’t want to pigeonhole myself into just reporting on the bleak bits of conservation.


I’ve also added a new page entitled, Galleries in a response to request to have a centralized location for all the wallpapers I’ve made available over the years. It’s a work in progress so keep returning to see new content as it get’s posted. Haven’t worked out the best way to get notification out but I’ll let everyone know once I settled a the best way of going about it. Also, in response to some requests I hope to have a store front available so you can order hi-res copies without the watermark on them. Again, a work in progress…


Of course, these are all grand ideas swimming around in my head and I’ve admit this might all be a bit of a ambitious vision. We’ll have to see if I can actually pull it off. You can read more about my thoughts for this platform over on the about page.

And I welcome any feedback, suggestions or comments!

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