One corner of my room in my Berlin flat. Prints on the wall are from pressed tea leaves.
A number of my photos, mostly related to tea travel, are available for commercial license through Getty Images.
Traditional style Japanese postcards from my two trips to Tokyo, 2009 and 2012. Purchased from Papelería Kyukyodo, Ginza.
I’m pleased to introduce my parents, Larry and Jo Anne. Here we are at the Observation Deck at Zürich airport. My mom is feeling quite empowered to take her own photos with her new iPhone, in a stylish Kate Spade case.
My favorite gaiwan, purchased at Lock Cha Teahouse, Hong Kong, in 2011. The glass is just the right thickness and holds comfortably in my hand. My parents brought it to me on their recent trip to Berlin. Have a look at this gaiwan, and others, in action with tea via Flickr.
Rescue! was a game based on Star Trek: The Next Generation, where you commanded the Enterprise and flew around to rescue people on colonies while dodging enemy ships. It was produced by Tom Spreen in 1993. I always loved the idea of controlling the ship but never quite got the hang of operating the game. Checkout Tom Spreen’s vintage website to learn more.
Netscape Communicator in Mac OS 9. Macintouch.com is one of the few website that loads properly in a web browser from the late 90s.