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This is Monterosso al Mare in Cinque Terre, Italy (five lands) on 5/24/2015. Shot with a Nikon D3200 this was an initial glimpse of the beach as I turned around when arriving to the town 🙂

A great passion and hobby of mine is traveling whenever I can and capturing beautiful photos that really speak to me. I am excited to share my photos with all of you and even more excited to turn these photos into canvas art among other different mediums.

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Chef Driven Season 2 premier!!!

I am very excited to announce that (unbeknownst to me ;D) Chef Driven Season 2 has premiered on Rocky Mountain PBS! I joined the film crew for a second time around as the sound mixer this time (summer 2015) and was very grateful for the entire experience! This show combines three of my loves; food, travel and film! Meet farmers, explore where different foods come from and how they are prepared as we travel internationally:


I’m in the middle in a bee suit filming our honey episode on the great “Grampa’s Gourmet Honey” farm in Alamosa, CO in the San Luis Valley! Director Aaron Colussi to the left and camera man Wesley Wingo to the right. Photo credit: Jenny Kahabka (our PA!)

Here I am rolling sound above the action at the Wyoming Whisky warehouse in Kirby, Wyoming. This is for episode 1, “Just Beyond the Corn Belt.” Photo Credit: Jenny Kahabka

Will the Trump era finally move America toward the liberty revolution?

Image credit: Anthony Freda Art

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on on 3/2/17 and on

After the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump it was like clockwork when the supposed anti-war left emerged out of their caves while the small-government right went back into hiding. It took a bit of getting used to (from all sides) when he won the election, but since then, and after his first address to a joint session this past Tuesday night, it looks like the country is still divided (superficially at least) in getting to where we need to ultimately get. One great hindrance on what is holding America back from reaching its true potential is identity politics; many of us are still addicted to clinging to our identity through our political party or politicians instead of embracing a good idea: liberty.

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The Nuts and Bolts of the New Immigration Implementation Memos

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Editor’s Note: This article was first published on on 2/23/17  to provide information for families and others about the new immigration implementation memos under the Trump Administration.

Below are highlights from the 19 pages of two new U.S. Immigration Implementation Memos for “Protecting the Homeland” released by the Department of Homeland Security under Secretary John Kelly on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. If content is not in quotes, it may be paraphrased.
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