We really wanted to see the totality and we began planning our trip 3 weeks before the event. So we didn't see it! Instead, we went to the Adirondacks and saw 66% of it, relaxing in our inflatable sofa for exactly the amount of time it took to take this photo and then I got up and started flailing like a maniac because I decided it would be a good idea to put on lavender body spray and every bug within 1000 miles thought I was a flower.
Josey thinks I overdid this edit and that it was better remembered having seen it but I told her I meant to overdo it and that she was wrong.
Very swirl. Wow.
I recently photographed the set of Rigoletto! in 360 degrees for the NYC Metropolitan Opera.
I photographed 3-D printed props for a companion webseries to Vikings on History, which features 3-D printed props from each week's upcoming episode (I also edit the series, which is under my editing section).
If you want your shiba inu to look at your Christmas Tree with a sense of Christmas Wonder, then your fiancee needs to stand behind the tree holding a piece of cheese.
I didn't come up with this title. My friend did, and I think he was being a dick.
Ulster County, NY
Fresco News featured my Manhattanhenge photo! I wonder if this will get me a press credential for the inauguration.
Here's a unique look at yesterday's #Manhattanhenge by Fresco user Matt Yeager (@yeag3r). Submit photos of interesting happenings in your city to us through the Fresco News app, available now on the App Store and Google Play. #nyc #newyork #manhattan #midtown #fresconews #frescopotd #citizenjournalism #city #potd #sunset
I always say, if you're gonna stand in front of a wall, it should be a wall that goes with your outfit.