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Here is my holiday card from this year featuring my dog and cat. This year, as with most in the past, I spent my holidays traveling around the country visiting friends and family. I took planes, buses, trains, subways and cars as I froze my butt of in the frigid Northeast. I visited five babies who were all around the same age and some were probably part of the baby boom that happens after the Pittsburgh Steelers with the Superbowl. I am excited for 2011 and grateful for all the opportunites I had in 2010. It was a very busy year and that seemed a little overwhelming at times. I guess it is better to be overwhelmed than underwhelmed.
Here are a couple photos I recently took of Sandy Marsh. She is the founder of Foreclosed Upon Pets, an organization that rescues and finds homes for animals displaced because of the recession.
I was recently hired by Cirque du Soleil to take some behind the scenes photos of events that were happening at each of their seven Las Vegas shows it was a great opportunity to see all the things that make Cirque so special.
Over the summer I had the opportunity to work with videographer/photographer Terry Lownethal on a video about the 75th anniversary of the Hoover Dam. I got to climb around all the different areas of the dam and through its hand carved tunnels. The bottom of the dam has a spot where you have to watch your head because people will drop change on you from over 720 feet. The temperature also hovered around 118 degrees for the entire time we were there. http://www.bechtel.com/hoover_dam.html
Zappos.com is one of the few promising businesses in Las Vegas that doesn’t directly relate to gaming. Here are some photos I recently did of Tony Hsieh, CEO of retailer Zappos.com and author the new book ‘Delivering Happiness,’ for the UK based magazine ‘The Royal Mail.’
Here are some photos I recently took to help illustrate the foreclosure crisis in Las Vegas. Unemployment hovers around 14% and thousands continue to lose their homes to foreclosure.