Let’s face it, I’m just a nerd. I love music, art, food and technology, and I can’t throw a football to save my life. My father was an engineer and my mother a psychologist, and I seem to be a mix of both. My passion is creating and sustaining media whether it’s audio, blogging, video, or photography. I am logical and artistic at the same time often in contradiction. It’s not uncommon that I would quote Ronald Reagan and John Lennon in the same sentence. In my spare time I like to play music, paint water color, and spend time outdoors. Professionally I strive to be the rock that others can lean on in time of need and success.
Eyebrow Raising ‘Dirty’ Wyoming Landmarks
The Cowboy State is endowed with some interesting, almost NSFW, geologic formations. Let's take a tour.
Beautiful ‘Snow Dragons’ Dance on Buffalo Bill Reservoir [VIDEO]
This is a winter phenomenon usually seen on roads. When the wind is blowing across the road, they spiral and slither across like a snake or a dragon.
The Most ‘Eccentric’ Wyoming Landmark Has New Owners
It is not every day that a piece of Wyoming history changes hands. Some think this place is an eyesore. Others can see past its quirks to the surreal beauty.
Wyoming’s Highway US 212 Named 8th Most Quiet and Scenic in the U.S.
Much like the poem The Road Not Taken, these roads are the least traveled thus the quietest. The stretch of road is more commonly know as Beartooth Highway.
That Time When A Parachutist Was Marooned on the Top of Devils Tower
George Hopkins won his bet for $50 but then caused a media sensation after becoming stranded on the top of Devils Tower for six days.
Celebrate Devils Tower’s Anniversary with These Beautiful Photos
Some call it Bear Lodge Butte. Some call it Bear Wigwam. Officially, it is known as Devils Tower, and on September 24th, the monument turns 113-Years-Old.
[WATCH] Dramatic Rescue of a Wild Horse Stuck in Fence
Near Green Mountain, Wyoming, this viral video shows the dramatic rescue of a wild horse with its back leg tangled in a wire fence.
According to Science, This Is How Most Wyomingites Will Die
Thanks to the Center for Disease Control's nearly obsessive collection of data, we can see statically the most common cause of death in the Cowboy State.
Delve Into The Remains of This Wyoming Ghost Town [VIDEO]
Explore the ruins of the once-booming mining town of Winton, Wyoming. All that is left is some concrete foundation and the skeletal remains of old buildings.
Find One of the Original State Flags of Wyoming In This Museum
It took Wyoming nearly 30 years after becoming a state until it adopted a state flag. Today one of the original flags hangs with pride in this museum in Buffalo.