Posts filed under nashville

"Wine in the Cellar" by Rebekah Pahl

Posted on October 21, 2016 and filed under personal, nashville, music, art, shout out.

Desert Inspired Album Kickstarter

Rebekah Pahl (mi esposa) is in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to record her first studio EP. She directed the feels for the Kickstarter video and I helped bring her vision to life. If you have 3 minutes to spare, give it a view and consider pitching in a few bucks to help her make some art!

Fall Walk

I took a walk around Rebekah and I’s home in the morning hours. The rain fresh and autumn burning and turning the world into something familiar and new. 

Here’s some of the moments and colors I captured along the way.

Enjoy. And walk in the out-doors. And breathe-in-deep. And be alive-to-it-all. And breathe-out. And change. And shed. Know and un-know. 

Posted on October 27, 2015 and filed under nashville, nature, photography, personal.

Nashville Frozen in Ice-Storm - Feb 17, 2015

Nashville got a lil' winter ice storm last night. In the world of a child, it's awesome, beautiful, and beckons a bit of adventuring... but for most adults it just means no work, or difficulty in getting to work. Which side did you find yourself on? 

Also. All the icicles on the grill (pictured in the slideshow below) of my car kind of look like boogers. #JustSayin  ;)

If you want some more, I posted another photo on instagram that I took with-my-iPhone

Posted on February 17, 2015 and filed under nashville, nature, photography.

Nashville MLKJr Day / Jan 19, 2014

God never intended for one group of people to live in superfluous inordinate wealth, while others live in abject deadening poverty. God intends for all of his children to have the basic necessities of life, and he has left in this universe “enough and to spare” for that purpose. So I call upon you to bridge the gulf between abject poverty and superfluous wealth.
— MLK Jr.

My brother Caleb bought me "A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings of Martin Luther King Jr." when I was in high school. MLK is one of Caleb's heroes because of his commanding rhetoric of hope, his actions against injustice, and his involvement in change. My brother Caleb shares a lot in common with MLK Jr., namely his speech delivery, his servant-like approach to everything, and his close relationship with Jesus-Lord-God-Creator. I'm thankful Caleb has encouraged me to read the deeply inspiring, convicting, and motivating words of MLK Jr.  His speech "The Drum Major Instinct" has informed how I approach my competitive nature: daring use it to serve others rather than challenge them. 

If you have not seen SELMA, you should.  If you have not listened to the voice on the other side of things, you should. If you have not made an effort to become friends with people that are different than you, you should. When I look at the disparities that still exist between whites and blacks in our country, I do not sense hope, but he has taught us to declare hope.  May we be bold enough to engage the things that need changing. 

These photos are from the Nashville MLK Jr.  march and convocation at Tennessee State University

Posted on January 22, 2015 and filed under nashville, photography.