Online now: Doc’s Guides to Mobile Photography

A few years back I was lucky enough to make a series of mobile photography tips and tricks videos for Postagram. I was working as Postagram’s community manager at the time and these weekly videos were often the highlight of each week for me. I love exploring new apps and techniques and sharing what I learn with others. Our guides included Hipstamatic, Instagram, interviews with other “iPhoneogrpahyers” and many other cool non-app techniques.

Somewhere along the line those original youtube videos have disappeared so I reached out to my friends and Postagram and got permission to host them myself. Thanks guys!

There are still a few missing episodes I need to find, but I’m really happy to get most of these back online. If you’d like to follow my adventures in mobile photography (as well as my glitch art, illustrations, and film photography) you can follow me on Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, and EyeEm.


Recycled denim chalk bag

denim chalk bag

Close your eyes and think of the most thoughtful gift you could imagine your co-workers giving you on your last day at work.

Following my last day at Sincerely, we headed off to a bar for farewell drinks at Rickhouse. I was handed a box full of great going away gifts: rolls of 800 ISO film, a bag of Blue Bottle Coffee, and a LIFETIME supply of Postagrams… but what really caught me eye was a climbing chalk bag made out of recycled jeans. I mean, I’ve had a year long RSS search for a bag just like this on Etsy and eBay, and my co-workers found the perfect one.


Aloha and stuff


Greetings from Lahaina, a small town in West Maui. I’m here with the Sincerely/Postagram crew for a week-long workation. A small part of our team is working the Hyundai booth at the PGA tournament, while the rest of the team is working on new projects from within our comfy rental home. Fingers crossed well see some awesome new Postagram stuff in the future.

We’ve got two more long days at the golf course, then I’m hoping to get in all of my Maui time… in particular I’m hoping to finally try coffee fruit (yes, there IS more than just a bean) and to free climb Black Rock. Seriously, that looks so fun!

Black Rock

I’m sending Postagrams while I’m here. If you’d like one, please add y’r name and shipping address to my Hawaii account here.