I’m a programmer for Plymouth State University located in Plymouth, New Hampshire. I love dabbling in writing, photography, art, dance and song. Nature has always been my first love, and any way I can find to share the beauty I see in it, I’ll try in forms of pictures or art.
I love to fly! Yes, that’s what I do and enjoy sharing the experience with others willing to ride in my ultra-lite! It’s a blast! I recently got my pilot’s license … a lot of very hard work, studying everything about the rules, the weather, the airports, the air spaces, health, flight planning, aeronautic theory etc… and if anyone asks me “was it worth it” I most definitely say yes! Below are some of my latest flights! Turn off the sound (engine noise) and put on your favorite music and enjoy! Eventually some of these may be put to original music by some very talented Music Tech majors!
Just before the storm. This video, long, yes but beautiful is a flight over Stinson Mt and playing over Stinson Lake. The next day we had a big snow storm! I really enjoyed this flight…
This was quite a rush! Caught a 2000ft thermal while heading up to the peak of Tenney Mt. One minute 1500ft and within seconds looked down and I was at 3500ft! …… and it was beautiful up there! :-)
A beautiful autumn flight over Squam Lake! This is a long video so put on your favorite music, turn the sound off for the video and put it full screen and enjoy! (same with the others!)
This is a must see! It’s a flight down the Pemigewasset River from Plymouth NH to Campton NH… You can see old train trussels, covered bridges, Livermore Falls and more!
New! Flight with my supervisor and lead developer, Matt and also took his wife Abby on flights around Plymouth! Enjoy – the leaves are starting to change! :-)
This is me and my ultralite with a new ‘chute! It was custom designed. Took one of our DBA’s over the town and for a fun river run!
Later that night I took off again just to play and test the chute more. It rocks!
Fun in the skies! Had a nice flight the other night down the Pemi River from Plymouth, NH to Ashland and back. Actually got to fly with some geese! lol!
Got a new camcorder which I wore on my head this time.. You will experience a touch and go, a nice flight across the valley into Plymouth to fly over Plymouth State University during student move-in day and then a low fly along the Pemi river to end up with a climb to view Squam Lake!
Updated: April 24, 2010