Travel journal from C.C. Chapman and the twenty four hours he spent in Istanbul.
Black and white photographs by C.C. Chapman of Istanbul, Turkey.
Today is National Family Literacy Day and I’m helping raise money for a great cause works hard to insure that families around the country discover the power of reading and get all the assistance needed to make that a reality.
Photos from a weekend escape to Miami Beach.
American made products need more exposure like this great #AmericanField event in Boston.
Last week, I had the pleasure of being invited to attend IdeaFestival 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky.
This yearly gathering of the eternally curious is easily one of my favorite conferences. I always leave with tons of brain nibbles that keep me thinking long after I’ve returned home.
Up front, I need to thank the team for flying me down and taking care of me while there. All they ask in return is that I share my thoughts with those who will listen and I’m happy to do so.
Sadly, I had to miss the first day of the festival which focuses on theRead Full Post
Earlier this year I was asked to come in for an interview with Terry Whitaker for her show And That’s the Truth.
We talked about my theater background, career and determination to make the world a better place. Of course we also chatted a bit about Amazing Things Will Happen.
This was kind of trippy to watch since it was filmed so long ago and some things have changed, but overall I’m very happy with how it turned out.Read Full Post
The new Samsung Galaxy NX camera is so packed full of technology, that it is going to force others to follow suit.
Photo I took the night I fell in love with the voice of singer and songwriter Natalie Gelman.
A photograph of my home office that was submitted to Where Bloggers Blog.
People are always asking how they can find and book more speaking engagements so I thought I’d share my answer to the question.
Two new product reviews for the Capture v2 camera clip and ShaveTech USB rechargeable electric razor.
C.C. Chapman shares his experience at The 2013 Hambletonian
Before arriving in New Jersey yesterday, I knew almost nothing about the sport and history of harness racing. Until I was invited to cover The Hambletonian I knew very little.
Turns out that it is a pretty big deal in many parts of the globe. Both Sweden and France love it. There are even equestrian tours that go around the globe to visit farms, tracks and races.
The first thing I noticed when I got to The Meadowlands Racetrack is the old school vibe of the place. You know that it has been here for years and has seen tens of thousandsRead Full Post
The photography gear breakdown of what I’m bringing to cover The Hambletonian horse race.
C.C. Chapman’s thoughts on the difference between photographs and pictures.
My love of fish tacos finds me in heaven in Mill Valley, California.
My first visit to a redwood forest allows me to check another item off my life list.
I’ve been hired to attend, capture and share the experience of The Hambletonian horse race.
Photographs from the beautiful escape known as Brookmill Farm.
To celebrate the relaunch of their website, I sat down to interview Dave and Deb from The PlanetD.
Subway welcomed the winners of the Subway Global Challenge to their headquarters and I was invited to follow along.
A story of content marketing, the internet and why you can’t measure it all.
With the Fourth of July and World Domination Summit on my calendar I know this is going to be an amazing week!
Some mornings, finding the flow of creativity is easier than others.
Plan -> Write -> Hustle
Quality time is the best kind of time for a family to spend together.
In the air reflection on Canada’s Third Tuesday speakers series.
On the road again and writing with everything I’ve got.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what other people have decided are their priorities.
When life gives you a magic roasting box, you roast a pig in it!
No more texting and driving. #ItCanWait
Sadly, I won’t be attending TBEX this weekend, but I’ll be there in spirit.
My episode of Kobo in Conversation is now live. Better late than never.
I’m sick of everyone thinking they have to impress people. There are no lockers and hallways on the Internet.
Reflecting on the technology brands I’m currently aligned with and pondering how that may change in the future.
Keynote speaking has been keeping me very busy lately, but I love doing it so there is nothing to complain about.
Typical bluetooth headset with a few new tricks built in.
Never forget that we don’t need a map to find our way. Yesterday, as I took my camera for a walk along the coast of Victoria, British Columbia I had no purpose beyond enjoying every minute of it.
One of the most somber walks I’ve ever taken my camera on as I visit the Boston Marathon Memorial.
This time of year finds me cleaning out the gutters of social media with everything that clogs them up.
My post supporting the Shot@Life #BirthdayBash
A video look back at my trip to Ghana last year.
Some weeks are rougher than others. This past one sucked.
With all the horrible things that have happened here in Boston and around the world this week, I thought we could all use a minute of peace.
Escaping the reality of Boston for a few hours in the mountains of New Hampshire.
A horrible day. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone touched by the events in Boston today.
I got hired to teach a few classes for Treehouse, but I left inspired by their mission and approach!