Posted 4 days ago

So excited to wake up hudad nice and early to go to the brand new Dunkin Donuts in the neighborhood. Thanks for the treats @dunkindonuts! (at Dunkin Donuts Santa Monica)

Posted 1 month ago

Best Day Ever!!! Swimming with whale sharks with my beautiful wife celebrating our one year anniversary in Mexico. The real #dreamsdocometrue & #icoupleadventures Many more pictures to come when GoPro UNDERWATER footage is sent. Saw 30 whale sharks up to 24 feet! (at Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun)

Posted 2 months ago

Great day on the water for offshore oil production with WSPA team

Posted 3 months ago

Pretty amazing work trip. Thank you to #CIPA for picking such a beautiful conference location (at Resort at Squaw Creek)

Posted 3 months ago

What a trip to North Dakota! Site visits, Bakken tour, fishing trip, and fracking conference. #BakkenStrong is real and Water Planet wants in (at Bismarck Civic Center)

Posted 4 months ago

Start to an amazing Saturday! @helloweefee’s first bike ride! I am way more excited than he is (at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf)

Posted 4 months ago

Hello World! It’s @helloweefee 🐺😄 So excited to welcome this little man to the Lake pack w/ @melissalevicklake

Posted 5 months ago

Amazing Easter Sunday with the LA Klass/Levick family and missing the distant Lake/Jacobsens. Last family day without our Weefee! (at The Hungry Cat)

Posted 5 months ago
Be curious. Read widely. Try new things. I think that a lot of what people call intelligence just boils down to curiosity.

Aaron Swartz (via kevinthebigapple)

I love quotes that correlate curiosity -> life long learning -> increased intelligence. I don’t consider myself the smartest person I know in any field, but I certainly may be the most curious about certain aspects of how our lives continue to evolve with an increased inclusion of the internet. Hopefully that turns into something important one day, if not I will just keep on learning and trying things…

Posted 6 months ago


Homemade: Connecticut Style Lobster Roll

Damn this looks amazing! Butter collecting in the bread fold with heaps of lobster pouring over the lightly toasted roll. I think a return trip to Salt Air in Venice might be in the cards in the near future – their’s is the best I have tasted in quite a while, certainly best on the west side of LA.

Posted 7 months ago

Water Planet to use 3M polymer in membrane manufacture

Very excited to announce WPE’s partnership with 3M.

Beyond what you can read in the press release, which is incredibly exciting to have an industrial super power such as 3M as your partner, is how wonderful our interactions have been with the 3M team. We have slowly and methodically developed a genuine friendship and business relationship over the timeline of building the WPE story and formalizing our new partnership.

I look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with our new friends from St. Paul.

Posted 8 months ago

Typical sunny Santa Monica day playing some Volleyball. In January. #iloveLA (at Santa Monica Beach Volleyball Courts)

Posted 8 months ago


China Televises Sunrise

Daily Mail:

The smog has become so thick in Beijing that the city’s natural light-starved masses have begun flocking to huge digital commercial television screens across the city to observe virtual sunrises.

The futuristic screens installed in the Chinese capital usually advertize tourist destinations, but as the season’s first wave of extremely dangerous smog hit - residents donned air masks and left their homes to watch the only place where the sun would hail over the horizon that morning.

Filed under: The future has arrived.

THIS is so amazingly beautiful and terrifying.

Our naturally evolved instinct is to observe and react to the rising and setting of the sun – so what happens if we no longer have that daily input? Apparently, enough people took notice to their rhythmic schedule void from the horizon erasing pollution smog in Beijing that they will now flock to a giant billboard that virtually recreates the effect.

I genuinely see this being necessary for generations far into the future that lose their natural earth bound clock that biologically programmed our bodies over the last couple million years. Even more fascinating that this whole scenario was only made possible because of the availability of massive advertising screens repurposed for a couple minutes a day.

Posted 8 months ago

With @melissalevicklake taking on Snowmass in Aspen! Awesome day of snowboarding (at Snowmass Mountain)

Posted 9 months ago


Black Swans Surf a Few Waves on Gold Coast of Australia

Malcolm Gladwell had no clue how unpredictable Black Swan’s really are!

Additionally, I would buy pretty much anything from Black Swan Surf Co after watching this, can’t you just picture the amazing tees and logos!?