An Introduction To My New Blog

As if I didn’t have enough things taking up my time on the Internet these days, I decided to start a personal blog to go along with my Web site…

Why did I do it? And what can you expect? Glad you asked. Read on young grasshopper. is still my full-time job and number one priority. And it is still the place for BMX videos, news, event coverage, and so on. And Facebook and Twitter are still the place for my random thoughts, iPhone photos, and rants of all sorts. And my portfolio site is still the place to see a selection of my work. So this blog is the place where I can share things that I have going on behind the scenes in my working world, and where I can post things to help out other people in their working world.

I get questions emailed to me all the time from people seeking help in the realm of BMX and photography, and I have a huge passion for both of them. I also have a passion for the business behind both BMX and photography. And it just so happens that I even have a passion for helping others and teaching the things I have learned along the way.

I have a lot of ideas brewing up for blog posts that I feel can benefit some people in the area of BMX, photography, (and the business behind both of them), travel, finance, personal growth and development, and more.

The look, layout, and function of the blog is a work in progress, but the groundwork is here, and the first few posts aren’t far behind, so please update your RSS reader with my feed or bookmark this page and check back often to see what I have going on.


Greetings from Maasai Mara, Kenya, where I was photographing hippos last week. Photo by Lindsay Matush.

3 thoughts on “An Introduction To My New Blog

  1. JusBoo

    Amazing,I look forward to the new things thru your eyes,we will have ta look forward too.I’m sure they will be amazing.Somehow I can’t help feeling,This trip to really touched ur hart & deep spirit,to the point YOU see the world with a new set of eyes.Makes me kinda smile,the great above,works in many mysterious ways.stay blessed…

  2. Trish Bare Grounds

    I am so looking forward to seeing all that you saw and learned on your trip to Africa, heart and soul changing I am certain. I had one of those trips to India, changed me for life. You always have such incredible photos and ideas that leave people wondering what will be next. Best of luck to you in your future endeavors, I will definitely keep checking back to see what you are up to.

  3. Noah

    Excited to see what you have in store for this blog. BMX, photography, and personal finance are three of my passions and I have a lot of room to grow for all 3 :)

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