(Writer’s note: Let’s file this post under ‘PERSONAL’. Did you know Thomas Edison was told by his teachers that he was too stupid to learn? He invented almost 1,000 lightbulbs before he finally invented one that worked. This post is not meant to be an attack. It is meant to be a personal driver and confidence […]
It’s going to be almost a month since the WILC (World Indoor Lacrosse Championships) started. The months leading up to the event, I was abnormally busy during a time when summer is usually slow and quiet. That kind of busy was on a number of fronts, projects and clients (one of those makes for a […]
So what happens when you try to get a good group photo at the WILC2015 with some of the hardest working people in lacrosse media, LaxAllStars? Hardest working because they literally got 1-2 hours of sleep the night before editing and uploading content onto the LAS platform. But as I was uploading the pics from the WILC […]
Who likes to participate in a contest and win a prize??? You need to find this person somewhere in the WILC2015 (World Indoor Lacrosse Championship) – either in the city of Syracuse, or the Onondaga Reservation in nearby Nedrow. Most likely he’ll be carrying two (2) Alf Jacques handmade, wooden lacrosse sticks with him […]
“The pictures are there. You just have to take them.” – Robert Capa (Photojournalist) I always liked photography. I was introduced to traditional photography (black & white) back in 5th grade as a hobby. My sophomore year in art school, I had to take photography as a requirement. I never learned the manual settings, rather just shot […]
“To be good is not enough, when you dream of being great.” -School of Visual Arts poster advertisement I remember seeing that ad in the late-90’s riding the NYC subway while I attended another art school in same city – Pratt Institute. My wife and I went out last night to watch the start of […]
Defending champions of the inaugural Salt Shakerz Tournament last year, Brooklyn Lacrosse Club returns to compete, once again. Let’s unveil the champs’ uniforms!
Last summer, I attended the CityLax Shootout to benefit the CityLax program. It was the last time I competitively stood in front of the 6′ x 6′ cage. I got the chance to do aninterview with former Harvard Lacrosse standout, and highly accomplished Hollywood producer, Chris Moore.
Vinnie Ricasio talks about multi-tasking, collaboration and how one man can do SO MUCH! The Big Apple Pond Hockey Classic is on tap this weekend in New York City, and it’s run by a former Princeton lacrosse captain!
Each year has its goals and accomplishments. I remember one of my first jobs right after college required us to write down our yearly goals at the start of the year. That requirement made it feel like a lot of people going to the gym after January 1st of every year, only to slow down […]
(Chris Moore, center, with Matt Damon and Marisa Tomei at a Q&A panel for the History Channel documentary “The People Speak”) Over the weekend I played with LaxAllStars at the 2011 CityLax Southampton Shootout tournament and fund-raiser in Southampton, Long Island. A one day lacrosse tournament that benefits the growth and development of New York […]
Last weekend, I competed at the 2011 War at the Shore lacrosse tournament in Brick Township, NJ. I have been attending this tournament since 2005 when it was held at the National Guard Base in Sea Girt, NJ. It is one of the largest and most competitive summer tournaments in the northeast which happens to […]