Things to know

I left the corporate rat race just before the housing and financial markets imploded. My timing was perfect. Lucky.

Now, I’m a stay-at-home dad. I wanted to do the easy job. I thought it would be fun to hang out with baby, feed her every now and then, maybe change a few diapers, all while watching daytime TV or chatting with the local mom’s.

It didn’t quite work out that way. Raising a child is the toughest thing anyone will ever do in their life. It’s wearing. It’s humbling. It’s lonely (especially if you’re a man). But – it’s worth it.

I’ve also been a photographer pretty much my entire life. I’ve photographed Mae just about every day of her life. I wanted a place to put daily photos – and maybe put up some clusters of photos from the past. I want Mae to see them as she grows up. I want her to see her life through my lens, through my photos — I want her to know the love I feel for her each and every day.