Road Trip!

I took an impromptu road trip to Colorado in March.  Impromptu because some work I had in Asia fell through, leaving me with a gaping hole in my calendar.  So I jumped into the Snowpocalypse S2000, and, 1,700 miles later found myself skiing in CO.  I’ve been so busy since I got back that I’ve […]

Secret Mountain Retreat Edits

I know I’ve been reposting a lot of stuff that isn’t my work lately, but  that’s because I’ve been coming across such interesting things that I’ve felt compelled to share with you all.  So I have. But tonight, some originals. I’m not one to do a lot of post-processing.  I figure, if I can’t get […]


After posting my video short, ‘Beer Run‘ on, a poster mentioned that it reminded him of Claude Lelouch’s 1976 film, Rendevous. Short Movie Rendez-Vous of Claude Lelouch, in Paris in 1976 On an August morning in 1976, French filmmaker Claude Lelouch mounted a gyro-stabilized camera to the bumper of a Mercedes. He drive at […]

The Snowpocalypse S2000 Rides Again

After reading some of the criticism from my first Snowpocalypse post (‘the roads were plowed!’, ‘there were no hills!’) especially after it made it onto Jalopnik, I was tempted to post a rebuttal.  I don’t really have the time or energy for that though.  Instead, I’ll just post more photos.  And now, a video.  And […]

Snowpocalypse S2000 Oversteer Fun

So I got a lot of flak about driving on paved roads in my Snowpocalypse S2000 post, which is to be understood.  Thing was, I didn’t know it’d end up on Jalopnik, else I’d have picked more ‘perfect’ backdrops.  That, and because I was on public roads that were constantly being plowed (and it was […]

Snowpocalypse S2000 on Jalopnik

Per Jalopnik, and I quote, “The Snowpocalypse As Seen From A Honda S2000: All-Wheel Drive Is For Pansies.” A Washington, D.C. man hit the remains of this weekend’s blizzard in an unlikely chariot. The photos are strangely mesmerizing. Winter, meet the 8000-rpm, rear-wheel-drive wonder. Snow tires make the world go ’round. Haha! Anyway, they reposted […]