<p>I traveled six thousand miles to trick out a Wordpress blog.</p>

<p>I met him on my night here. He has a little short leg weiner dog named <a href="http://flickr.com/photos/xignaciox/3258594715/">Flo</a>. He's vegetarian and straightedge. The same age as me, a flight attendant, married to <a href="http://flickr.com/photos/veganstraightedge/3261510173/">Patti</a> and is an amazing photographer. His name is Ignacio Galvez.</p>

<p>I built him a <a href="http://ignaciogalvez.com/">new website</a>. It was inspired by my old friend from Atlanta Matt Miller's photo site, <a href="http://www.thefivemilegrace.com/photoblog/">The Five Mile Grace</a> and Boston.com's <a href="http://boston.com/bigpicture/">Big Picture</a> (seriously, the best thing evar, do subscribe).</p>

<p>The goal was simple design, intense content. (yes, that's <a href="http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&amp;client=safari&amp;rls=en-us&amp;q=simple+design%2C+intense+content+edward+tufte&amp;btnG=Search">Tufte</a>). We both agreed that most photo site totally fail. Too often the focus is on the site design and not the photos. We set out to turn that table around.</p>

<p>I'm pretty happy with it. He is, too. Please do check it out. If you are in need of a photographer, you should really consider hiring him. He's aces in my book. His <a href="http://flickr.com/photos/xignaciox/">flickr</a>, <a href="http://twitter.com/xignaciox">twitter</a> and, of course, the new and improved photo portfolio site: <a href="http://ignaciogalvez.com/">ignaciogalvez.com</a>.</p>