About meComplete self-indulgence
DocHoloday dot com is the creative outlet for it’s owner and sole proprietor, Matt Perry.
I’m a web designer, photographer, artist, writer, and video game player from New Hampshire. I’m a Magna Cum Laude graduate from the Savannah College of Art & Design where I spent 4 years in sunny Georgia getting my Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography. I’m currently a designer, web master and photographer in Houston, Texas.
I believe in baseball, scotch whiskey, Jack Kerouac, bowling shirts, swing dancing, steak dinners, vintage cars, fine cigars, video games on Wednesday nights, fighting in hockey, Benny Goodman, the NH state motto, pearl snap buttons, black and white photography, fine paper, skateboarding, messenger bags, The Blues Brothers, manual transmissions, Dunkin’ Donuts, clean simple designs, the Boston Red Sox and God.
I don’t believe in Hollywood, the price of gas, the evening news, HOAs, PTOs, activists, lobbyists, politicians in general, talking on your cell in the grocery store, fat free salad dressing, fashion from the 1980s, soccer, Rush Limbaugh, Glen Beck, radar guns, tofu, musicians with political opinions, and white chocolate.
This website is the very politically and socially incorrect ramblings of a very sarcastic and opinionated guy.
I don’t apologize for that.
If you’d like some backstory, and to learn how this site came to be, feel free to read this.
This blog is powered by:
- Caffeine 97%
- Sarcasm 85%
- Wit 42%
- Opinionated Dribble 75%
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