Maine Adaptive Veterans No Boundaries Needs Your Help

by Matt • February 26, 2016

This is a plea for donations to a charity I believe in. If that does not interest you, feel free to move on, but I appreciate you stopping by. Maine Adaptive is a non-profit organization here in my great state that assists people with all levels of disabilities achieve things they never thought possible. By […]

“Documerican Road”: Our Next Major Project

by Matt • February 15, 2016

Back in the mid 1970s, the Environmental Protection Agency enlisted the help of many freelance photographers to create DOCUMERICA – a collection of images related to the state of the environment at the time, EPA activities, and the general daily life of American citizens. There are over 15,000 images in their archive. Inspired by a […]

What We Can Learn from Panteao’s Screw Up

by Matt • February 8, 2016
When this whole incident about Travis Haley vs. Panteao Productions, and the "Did he or did he not ND?" drama began late last week, I started working on a post about it all, but I wanted to see if more facts emerged. I watched the meme's come out, the edited videos, the responses both from [...]

Video of the Week: “MultiCam: One Man Against the SCORE International Baja 1000”

by Matt • February 4, 2016

  It’s all about the story. Every. Single. Time. That’s why we were stoked to come across this video put out by MultiCam® (yes, that MultiCam®) and their coverage of the story of former Special Operations veteran Jeff Benrud. You see, Benrud decided to take on the 48th SCORE International Baja 1000 by himself. No […]