London Day 8 – Milk Chicken Bomb

Yeah, I know. But it's kind of a funny story. You see, there's this guy that works for iStockphoto. His official title is Community Manager and his contributor name is RogerMexico and that's what we call him. If you know me, then you can imagine how much fun I have…

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London Day 7 – Mind the Gap

It was inevitable this day would come. The wall that all creative professionals dread. When everything you plan falls apart and you feel like screaming at the Universe. Let's back up for a second. Today was the first day back to work after London's second, four day holiday. Everything and…

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London Day 6 – The World Matters

As I made my way to the Getty Images Gallery in London, news was beginning to spread of Osama bin Laden's death. It's times like this that make it hard to be so far from home. As much as the President would like to take credit for this victory, all…

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London Day 5 – London Proper or Burst!

The thing about London is there are actually two of them. One is the London tourists see and the other is proper London. This is the actual London from medieval times, which has it's own police force and where you'll be driven in a taxi if you have the proper…

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London Day 4 – Probiotic Not Robotic

There's a saying in London... there's no bad weather, just bad clothes. They also say if you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes. Truth be told, I've heard that one for nearly every place I've lived. With the exception of California where it was plain ole sunny every day.…

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London Day 3 – The Royal Wedding

Today was the Royal Wedding. Greatly anticipated and over-hyped. You either love it or you hate it. Londoners are split in how they feel about it, but there is no denying the celebration of those who embrace it. I'd be the first to admit that I'm no photojournalist. Capturing fleeting,…

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London Day 2 – Killer Not Filler

Up is down and day is night. Today was the first day I felt normal. Well, until mid-afternoon, then jet lag kicked in. Morning started with a traditional English breakfast buffet. Everything I was warned of was there. Baked beans, runny eggs, strange fruit and bacon that is somehow different.…

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London Day 1 – It’s Quite Fun to be Bad

Or so I overheard on the plane, just as we were landing in Heathrow. After nearly 12 hours of being cramped in airplanes with little reclining and no legroom. It was a contest of will to sit there for hours on end. The hardest part of traveling to London is…

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London Calling – A Career in Transition

Life at a crossroads. "There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction." —Winston Churchill At one point in my life, change was a constant. It's the one thing in life you can count on, right? In today's world, change is something you can't escape. And…

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