A little about what I do...

Theory of Knowledge Theory of Knowledge

The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars […]

International School Counseling International School Counseling

Working hard “upstream” to help people as they go downstream successfully navigate difficulty and to be resilient in the face of adversity?   I am on faculty at the Yokohama International School in Yokohama, Japan and work as an international school counselor to provide responsive services and guidance oriented curriculum for middle and high school […]

Event Photography Yokohama Event Photography Yokohama

Even as a young child I was fascinated with people’s stories and the different ways we can be seen interacting with the world. Event photography allows me to capture and share those narratives and is a personal passion as well as a service I bring to both the schools where I work and outside clients in […]

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Photo of the Day – July 8

Photo of the Day – July 8

Posted by on Jul 8, 2015 in Photo of the Day

“Moss Plateau” Why dance? Why watch clouds, or hear the sound of rain? I can only reply, “Please stop looking for wordy answers. To understand ritual –or, for that matter, chopping firewood–do it as if it were happening all by itself, without seeking any result or benefit. – Alan Watts from In My Own Way

Photo of the Day – July 7

Photo of the Day – July 7

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Photo of the Day

One of the aspects behind the Rhythm in Nature Photography project is the balance nature displays between predictability and randomness. In this monochrome photo made of Shiraitonotaki (“the waterfall of white threads”) in Kita-Naruizawa in Nagano water flows out of the earth like this for a width of more than 70 meters. The individual streams are […]

Photo of the Day – July 6

Photo of the Day – July 6

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Photo of the Day

“Pop” Today’s photo is a continuation of the rhythms in nature series I’ve started working on. This project came about as a result of an Alan Watts reading where he pointed out that we can not predict the visual patterns found in nature because they originate from a much broader range of influences than we […]

Latest Contributions

Recent events where I have presented

Middle School Educators Conference

Middle School Educators Conference 2015 Homepage

Breakout Session Presenter: Adam Clark

Dispositions for Resiliency
Among the key life attributes we strive for with our students is for them to be resilient in the face of  adversity and challenge. (more…)

- Middle School Educators Conference
2015 Nourish Conference

Title – Understanding Parenting in a time of Constant Connection

International School Counseling for Parents

- 2015 Nourish Conference
Learning 2.014 Conference Bangkok

Mini talk entitled: “What is the opposite of Alone?”

Extended and Nutshell Sessions on Parent Education and Technology in Schools and at Home

Under: International School Counseling

- Learning 2.014 Conference Bangkok