Links /// April 3rd

  • There is a good possibility that this is on my wish list. . . very practical! Palette Gear!
  • Colony House impromptu station video. Check it out!
  • Is there a limit of how many instruments you can fit into one device? I thought so until I saw this Kickstarter. Introducing the Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1
  • On another note, I was surprised to see that this little tungsten cube could get over $330,000 on Kickstarter.
  •  Check out what Noble Denim is doing with their new project Wear Victor. This is so cool. 


"A proud man is always looking down on people & as long as you're looking down, you can't see something that's above you."

C.S. Lewis


Have a great Easter! 

Links /// March 16th

  • NEEDTOBREATHE just released an awesome music video for their song 'Brother' . . . check out the Directors Cut below. (Shorter regular cut, here)
  • The awesome guys of Colony House have released a rad music video to their song 'Second Guessing Games' and you should check it out. Click here!
  • Apple released their new Apple Watch this last week as well as their New MacBook. Do you think wearable technology is the future?
  • Jeremy Cowart announced his latest endeavor, See University. Learn from one of the best photographers out there by having access to over 70 how-to videos from branding to interacting with the subject. Enrollment ends March 17th! I hope I can enroll soon!
  • I love Mumford & Sons' sound in their new song 'Believe.'
A proud man is always looking down on people & as long as you’re looking down, you can’t see something that’s above you.
— C.S. Lewis

Stay tuned for a Spring Break blog post next week.

Links /// October 3rd

  • I had the awesome opportunity to work as a campus rep for the Believe Me film. Check out what the New York Times said about it here!
  • This High School's intro video is insane! Very well done.
  • If you missed Austin Mann's review on the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus camera, check it out here!
  • This quote from William Temple humbles me.
The only thing you contribute to your salvation and to your sanctification is the sin that makes them necessary.
— William Temple