The Sentence Structure of Photography
In a previous blog, I compared photography with Jazz music, illustrating how photographers need to play with what’s presented to them. Now I’m here mixing my metaphors to tell you that photography is like writing. Working to become a professional photographer
Portrait and Headshot Photography: Five Years On
Five years ago today I submitted my resignation at my day job to do freelance portrait and headshot photography full time. It was a big move, but one my family and I had prepared for. Over the years we've had our ups and
Colors Artist’s Statement
Here it is, after a bit of deliberation and editing, the artist's statement for Colors: Being part of the photographic community, I strive to bring new work and ideas to our collective body of images. As I consider new projects to
Fretting the Details
Thoughts on two ways to progress in my work: refine what I've already done or make the jump to work on something new.
Time flies It's hard to believe that it was almost three months ago that I took off on my own. I had thought, at the time, that I would have a few weeks to get the business spooled up, to sound
Making the jump
I spent a lot of time on the slopes growing up, a very good friend of mine is a great skier and taught me well. When out together he was always pushing me to keep trying harder and steeper slopes.