‘A Year in Europe Wallpaper Gallery’ for iPad!

Since returning from our trip, I’ve looked for ways to express the creative inspiration I found in Europe. If you’ve listened to our podcast, you already know about my enthusiasm for photography. While I’ve offered my photographs as prints and have used them as the basis for other media (screenprints, paintings), I’ve been seeking other ways to distribute and display my photography in a unique way.

I’m thrilled to introduce to you our new app – “A Year in Europe Wallpaper Gallery” for iPad. The app features 20 of my photographs from locations we visited on our trip. The images can be used in portrait and landscape orientations as background wallpaper on your iPad. I’ve included a personal comment with each image. You can also learn more about each location through built-in Wikipedia and Map links.

The app is now available in the Apple iTunes App Store:

Check it out and let me know what you think!

New projects, follow us on Twitter!

Hi everyone! Needless to say, we’ve got our hands full with our new, amazing twins. But we are starting to move forward with some projects related to A Year in Europe, too! We invite you to follow us on Twitter to keep up-to-date with our new endeavors. We will be archiving the blog – you’ll still be able to view it, but comments will be turned off. We’ll also be putting up a new home page soon. Thanks for your continued support!

Catching up with Scott & Sheryl

Just a quick note to update everyone on some recent events. First of all, Sheryl is pregnant and we are expecting twin girls! Needless to say, we are beyond thrilled and eagerly preparing for their arrival. We know this will be our next great adventure and we are embracing it. And we’re already dreaming up some travel ideas — trips for when they are a bit older.

We have really enjoyed knowing that our podcast continues to bring enjoyment to new listeners, even though it has been more than a year since our return. Understandably, influenced by recent events, we’re looking a ways to adjust our budget and we will be ending the podcast feed (XML) at the end of the month. In the future, if there is enough interest, we may look at ways to distribute the entire series on disc (perhaps with a selection of photos and some previously unreleased content, too?) for a reasonable price.

For now, we continue to appreciate your support and we are looking forward to this next chapter in our lives.

Photo featured in Neutra 16

Neutra 16 City Fiesta!

Podcast listeners will remember my “Logan’s Run” moment in front of the Pavilion of the Future on La Cartuja in Sevilla, Spain. One of my photos was featured in the recent issue of the review of the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Sevilla. Here are a couple photos of Neutra 16 and the original photo that was published.

La Cartuja in Neutra 16

pavilion of the future revisited