News + Updates

NASA Social for SpaceX Demo-1 Launch

I recently had the privilege of being invited back by NASA Social to cover the first test flight of SpaceX’s Commercial Crew spacecraft! I had originally applied for to opportunity in November of last year, and after numerous mission delays (including a Government shutdown), the green light was given and I was on my way to Cape Canaveral, excited to gain access to many NASA facilities normally restricted to the general public.

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An Evening With Anthony Bourdain

On June 8th, 2018, the world was shocked to discover that it had lost Anthony Bourdain, an individual who had single-handedly inspired, motivated and shaped a whole generation of chefs. Even more, Bourdain helped spark the passion that all travelers, writers and creators share at one point or another - myself included - the need to move out of our comfort zones in order to become a stronger self.

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SpaceX CRS-14 Launch Day

Made my way back out to Kennedy Space Center on Monday, specifically the LC-29 Observation Gantry, to witness the launch of SpaceX's CRS-14. Taking off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's LC-40, the launch marked the 14th Dragon resupply mission SpaceX will fly to the International Space Station as part of their first CRS (Commercial Resupply Services) contract with NASA.

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