This “nomad” thing—as a title—started way back in 2002 when I was trying to come up with a name for my website, which would ultimately be a portal for all things related to my trip around the world (September 2004–May 2005), especially the photos. Nomad Chronicles was suggested, and accepted, and it’s been taking on a life of its own ever since. I think I’m doing a pretty good job of living up to the name. Since then I’ve lived in nine apartments in five cities (San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Buenos Aires and Mendoza, Argentina), traveled around the world for nine months, been a nomad in the U.S. for two months as I transitioned from California back to the East Coast, traveled to Honduras, and road-tripped and otherwise traveled throughout the U.S. numerous times. I moved to Argentina in May 2007, where I’m based in Buenos Aires and continue my travels, so far both within the country and to Uruguay and Chile. My work as a freelance editor makes it all possible. For family and friends, and posterity, I post to this blog, and share pictures at Flickr and videos at Vimeo.