For the past month, as a practice, I’ve been posting more pictures of myself on my various social networks. Many aren’t technically selfies as I’ve enjoyed the assistance of my awesome photographer wife. But even so, the spirit of the selfie remains: I’m taking a moment to celebrate + share my look, or my happiness, or what I’m up to. And while it’s not ultimately why I do it, I’ve enjoyed the likes/compliments of friends and acquaintances and occasionally strangers. However, I’ve been Continue reading
In this post, I wanted to talk about what I mean when I refer to Salt in Wounds as a ‘living’ setting and how pursuing the project plays into my professional development. Continue reading
Earlier this year, my daughter turned 1.
A while back, I tried to write a summation post about fatherhood and what it meant to me, but that was seven months ago; half her lifetime ago. So what’s changed? How have I learned and grown and how has his understanding between us shifted?
For starters, she’s mobile now. And vocal. She tromps around our apartment spouting Continue reading
A few months back, I attended comic-con, which I’ve been doing for years. This year was interesting and difficult because 1) Lauren and I had to wrangle our daughter and 2) It was my first year attending as a professional. There was little chance for sleep, especially as -having Ellie was taken by grandma for the first time in months- I got a chance to party, and spend a couple days with Lauren.
I loved it.
The thing Continue reading
Here’s a link to my recent appearance on the Dungeon Master’ Block Podcast talking about ‘The Adequate Commoner,’ playing low power (or no power) character options in Pathfinder & other RPGs, and also cats for some reason…