I'm left-handed and footed with the exception of batting and golf (neither of which I do well). Years ago I ran a marathon, but these days, a five-mile run is a marathon. At 56 years of age, I still ride skateboards/longboards.
I like to travel to remote, small towns of the Intermountain West to watch high school football. I could give a toss about pro football.
I don't watch much TV. I use Macintosh computers, like cream only in my coffee, prefer summer than winter, Coke to Pepsi and cats to dogs (especially barking dogs). I wish my Navajo language (Diné Bizaad) skills were better.
Weapons of mass creation include: Pentacon Six TL, Holga Wide-Angle Pinhole, MJX X600 drone equipped with a RunCam, Diana, Junkor, Zeiss Super Ikonta 531 (1948), Phantom 3 quadcopter, Yashica D TLR, iPhone, Kiev 4, Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash, Fuji GS645w, iPhone, Nikon FM, HorizonT, Mamiya 6, Syma X8C quadcopter, Nikon D200, Lomo Sprocket Rocket and a Gevabox. Thanks to my big brother, I also own a Kodak Medalist II medium format camera... what a beast!
I keep the bulk of my work on the Flickr site listed below, so if you're really curious, you might want to have a look there as well.
Jurgen Kreckel, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Van Jones, Ira Glass and Dan Tyree (my father) are my heros. Although gone from this world, Steve Pryseski remains my best friend. I live with two cats named Walter and Eddie.