The locals warned me about the hot South Carolina summers.
But somehow it bothers them more than it bothers me. I'm lovin' it.
And so it seems are all the herbs, fruits, and plant life that sustains us and all the little critters who often get first pick.
They are all thriving in the sparkling mornings, baking heat afternoons, balmy evenings, accented on occasion with crackling thundershowers. Crops can spurt up four to six inches after one 30 minute downpour.
This climate makes it easy to plant a garden and come off looking like a pro. Tonight: pesto traditional Genoa-style with Fettucine and garden-picked basil and green beans.
But that’s not all I have on my plate. Coming down the pipeline are several projects in work-in-progress stages.
PHOTO COURSE An online photo course just went online. The lessons run 30-60 seconds each. If you’re interested in taking this course, shoot me an email and I’ll send you a complimentary pass. Click here to learn more.
ONE NIGHT STANDS A portable fine art photography gallery is at a local welders’ shop and will be ready before the end of this month. The concept is to create a series of one night only popup traveling exhibitions starting with exclusive pictures taken backstage at the Paris Cabarets. See samples here
SEESCREEN This invention lets you see your screen in the sun. It works with mobile phones, DSL cameras, and video camcorders. The first batch goes on sale in September. Learn more.
PRODUCTION & PROMOTION The services started in Los Angeles picks up again now that things have finally settled down. We’re equipped to create, manage, and promote content for sole proprietors, entrepreneurs, and small businesses anywhere. Learn more