The old adage holds true: there are two seasons for cities in the northeast-- winter and construction season! With all roads surrounding our corner office torn up, navigating our ways into work lately has proven a job unto itself. My windows views, as opposed to the usual 4-lane highways I gaze dreamily at, are now comprised of dirt piles, neon vests, and a seemingly absurd smattering of orange signs with arrows pointing every-which-way. Flashing lights, honking horns, and that insistent beep work trucks make when in reverse have become standard sights and sounds. I've nearly doubled my commute time, often sitting at the same red-light for several turns while a man in a hard-hat attempts to efficiently direct hostile 9-5ers.
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Between the first glimpses of Rochester spring and this weeks celebration of St. Patrick's Day, it almost seems a little ironic that the Ambrosia office has it's own green initiative underway. And, no, I'm not talking about the science experiments that sometimes get started in our refrigerator over the weekends.
Winter in Rochester, NY. For those who have never experienced the near-death landscapes; the frigid temperatures; and the dangerous roadways that comprise the northeastern section of our country between November and April, it may be hard to comprehend the potential anguish of these long months indoors. It is impossible, perhaps, to relay the exact feeling of "cabin fever." But here I am, emerging from what I can only deem my very own personal and professional rut, attempting to put words to these feelings, and share how i broke free of the blues.
ROCHESTER, New York -- December 15, 2009 -- Like any good journalist, photographer Will Yurman decided to follow up on a little story he had photographed for Rochester's newspaper "Democrat and Chronicle". His original photo capturing the fresh young face of a programmer, and the start of a new local business. This person in the photograph: Andrew Welch. The date: December 15th, 1993.
Exactly 16 years later, the same photographer returned, this time armed with better equipment to see how well this programmer and his little company called "Ambrosia Software" were doing. Pleasantly surprised to see that like that programmer, the software company had too grown into something much more distinguished. This time Will's lens managed to capture nearly all it's crew in a full 360 degrees!
Please click the link below and check out the "Round Rochester" section to see the faces of the crew that work so hard to bring you award winning products and services! The audio is from Andrew Welch and the PR Guru John Champlin.
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