My name is Frank and I’m a 25-year-old journalist from Washington, DC. I’m married to the most amazing woman in the world who decided to up and leave me for a job in Haiti. There she is saving the world by saving the all of the world’s children simultaneously.
As a result I am currently living with my father and step-mother in Alexandria, VA, and will be moving to Haiti in January. That’s right, I will be willfully joining the ranks of the unemployed during the largest financial crisis since the great depression.
This blog will help me find out what I am going to do, and also help me figure out how I got here. Most of all, this blog will keep me busy for the months that I am apart from my wife. Independence is only cool for so long. For your enjoyment, I will be posting pictures that I take as well. You are extremely lucky to have found this blog.
I do the following things moderately well: take photographs, golf, ride my bike, and run. I am extremely good at: laying around, being overly competitive, forgetting details, procrastinating (if you are my employer the last two do not apply to you), and eating foods with peanut butter in them.
You can email me if you have questions, or if you just want to chat, at: frankisanemergency (at) gmail (dot) com
My Camera: Canon 40D
Lenses: – Canon-17-40mm f/4L USM Ultrawide
– Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
– Canon- 50mm f/1.4 USM (HOORAH!)
– A flash of some kind
– My wife back