Travel Image Series - Onagawa - Context, Scale & Shadow

October 18, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
The thing about showing my travel images early on was there were so many stories to tell with each image that the time required to tell them was time consuming. And while you're on travel from location to location you're just hoping to collect it all. And the significance of why an image is important to you tends to get overlooked. But these two im...
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Travel Image Series - Redding Sundial Bridge - Architecture

October 11, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
I want to start blogging about my travel images. I was revisiting the images that I had taken last year and even though I have shown them before, this travel image series will weekly post an image or images that I had an artistic or photographic significance to me. They were usually very purposefully taken and with an intent. It is an attempt to an...
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Season's Rush Time Lapse

August 16, 2013
I have named my latest time lapse video, Season's Rush, because it just seems how incredibly fast the seasons have come and gone. Through out the year I have been experimenting with capturing images to practice creating time lapse videos. This one is a compilation of a meteor shower which you aren't able to see due to the crop of the video. In the...
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New Look & New Website

July 03, 2013
In the spirit of July 4th Independence weekend, I have some great news worth celebrating to share with you. As some of you may have noticed, I have updated my website with a new look. And this look was driven by my latest announcement. NEW BUSINESS INSPIRED BY YOUR STORIES At the beginning of the year I had decided to formalize my photography bus...
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Painterly Peonies

June 01, 2013
Back in the days when I sketched with pencil and pastels, I loved working with still life. I love the relaxation of being connected to the movement of your hands as you draw the curves or smear the pencil dust to create the shadows. Blending was my favorite aspect of layering and drawing images. I love feeling the ridges of the textured or the smoo...
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