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1. I like when the guy who drives the train is funny. Good way to start the day. I also like when I sleep in for 45 extra minutes and still get to work early. 2. On the news last night they were showing how to get the best out of your LinkedIn profile. They said the summary section was the most important...

Earlier this year I had the great pleasure of photographing publicity shots for Never the Sinner, the inaugural production of Chicago's Project 891 Theatre Company (which, by the way, got some pretty kick-ass reviews). Last Sunday was the last day of the show's run and they asked me back to take some production shots. Here are some highlights: Congratulations to the cast and crew of Never the Sinner! ...

So far this year I've earned from photography: $580, a sandwich combo, 4 pancakes (of which I only ate 2), a play ticket, & a $25 Target gift card. I don't think I have to claim pancakes on my taxes, do I? This has been a crazy month for my photography: I will hopefully soon wrap a project that paid more than anything has ever paid in my life. My photos for Project 891 Theatre appeared on their poster and in a bunch of publications along with their reviews. Never the Sinner Poster Time Out Chicago Chicago Theatre Blog Centerstage Newcity I was told I'd get media credentials...

Last Sunday I hung out with MK and Adam all day in the garage as they rebuilt their 1972 Triumph TR6. We took a lot of trips to stores where I pointed pink things out. Like pink butt connectors. They sell those in the auto store. Just sayin'. For lunch my happy meal came with a kids bop CD full of songs inappropriate for children that age to be singing. I made them listen to it while they worked. [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="49905,49906,49907,49908,49909,49910,49911,49912,49913,49914,49915,49916,49917,49918,49919,49920,49921,49922,49923,49924,49925,49926,49927,49928,49929"]...

Sunday I took pictures at MK's all afternoon and stayed through a BBQ and took more pictures. Here are a few "outtakes" that I liked but either didn't fit with the story or weren't good enough quality:   Monday 24 night. The last episode of House confused the hell out of me. 24 is almost over. This season has had about 5,000 plot lines. On the way home I turned onto a street. Another car got beside me. I was in the left lane he was in the right lane. He then decided to make a U-Turn. From the right lane. In front of...

Bobby: Why do you have such a big lens? Me: Because my penis is really small. *** I have started a new photography project. Basically any Sunday I am free I am holing myself up in a garage with MK and Adam and documenting the rebuilding of a 1972 Triumph TR6. I call the project "Road to Triumph." So Sunday after lunch I headed over to MK's and followed them around for eight hours. [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="49938,49939,49940,49941,49942,49943,49944,49945,49946,49947,49948,49949,49950,49951,49952,49955,49956,49957,49958,49959,49960,49961,49962,49963,49964,49965,49966,49967,49968"]...

Saturday I spent the day doing a photo shoot for Project 891 Theatre Company's inaugural production of Never the Sinner. We shot some in the "studio" and some on location at the Green Mill. I got 4 pecan pancakes out of the deal. But I only ate 2 of them. I still have to edit them a million of them, but here are a few highlights...