I drive a Subaru and promise to let you be more interesting. I’ve spent my life in “the Academy” - having been a college and university admissions officer at Westmont College, Colby College, MIT and Stanford University.
I value people who are thoughtful, and I am fascinated by the richness and complexity of Creation and Culture. (Flannery O’Connor would probably use the word “mystery” where I use “complexity.”)
I periodically post on my blog: The Roland Allen Post: Life Matters.
St. Margaret's Episcopal School: 142 Colleges and Universities Visit St....
The college application season is underway at St. Margaret's as not only students but college and university admission officers are seeking
Technically Obsessed: Why "Gear Lust" and "Pixel Peeping" Are Good for Y...
I came into still photography by way of video. Throughout my younger years I was always playing with video cameras, and when I graduated col
Republicans Praise Obama for Offering Bold Vision to Thwart
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Congressional Republicans heaped fulsome praise on President Obama’s second Inaugural Address today, saying
How to be an iPhoneographer: Using FX Photo Studio
A number of the top iPhoneography app developers have also produced desktop apps. These include Snapseed, CameraBag 2, and FX Photo Studio.
Ilovethatphoto.net Photography Magazine » Interview Patrice Esser and Ga...
It's the ability to capture the shared human experience in everyday life that keeps us shooting. Names: Patrice Esser and Garrick Fujii Home
“Chariots of Fire”, Olympic Games 1924 – West Coast Film Festival
On August 19, 2012, West Coast Film Festival at St. Margaret's Episcopal School's Performing Arts Center will showcase the 40th Anniversary
If You Don't Prioritize Your Life, Someone Else Will
"A 'no' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'yes' merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble." So said Mahatma Ga
A 12-Year-Old Explains the Information Age’s Facts of Life to Her Mother.
Mom, it’s gonna be a long ride to Grandma’s, and while we have some time alone together, I think it’d be good for us to talk about some thi
Out of My Element: Functional Strength for Athletes
I was an avid weightlifter for quite a long time. I made some significant strength gains, but my goal was always to get bigger and stronger,