Banksy, Political Art and Trump – a Conversation with Fnnch, Pt. 2

This is the second part of a great conversation I had with Fnnch, a street artist out of San Francisco. Read Part 1 here. GQ: I know your work has been defaced and also removed, given its outdoor nature and where it’s placed. Does it bother you that it’s something temporary? Fnnch: Well, I think of […]

Summer in Maine

I didn’t do many blog worthy things today so instead I’ll show you what Maine looked like last summer when I drove from Boston to Maine with my friend Hailei. We stopped in Portsmouth NH for breakfast at Colby’s Breakfast and Lunch Very low key tiny place with handwritten blackboard menus and no real website but a hollandaise […]

Lunch in Ft. Lauderdale

Burger? How about brie, sautéed mushrooms and onions, thick cut bacon and no bun with lots of dipping sauces on the side? That was mine. You should design your own burger at Rok Brgr. Turkey burger? Done. 12 kinds of cheese? Alright. Loaded tots with bacon and sour cream served in a cast iron skillet? You […]

So you want to be a Divemaster

I’m starting my DMT on Monday. Even though I’ve been diving for the past 4 years, I’m not at all certain what this training will entail, which makes it quite the grand adventure. My general observations inform me that divemasters are trained to know all the cool locations and wildlife, to keep tourists from taking […]

Eating in Bisbee and hiking in Ramsey Canyon

I saw my friend Jess over the weekend.She made me dinner, which is the ultimate show of love in my world, and we spent the evening in her kitchen drinking wine and talking about where we can next go scuba diving together. We went to Florida for our last trip and dove under less than […]