Welcome to my blog! My goal with this is to discuss different techniques and ideas behind my photography. Much of it is a kind of sounding board for me to think out loud, as it were, about photography. My interests lie in portraiture as well as landscape photography, but I dabble in a variety of other things as well.
February 21, 2016
One of the iconic things of Havana, Cuba, is the classic cars. It's pretty neat to see classic cars all over the streets. While some look like they've been on the road si...Read the Full Post »
February 17, 2016
I had the opportunity to recently photograph the iconic Angel of Independence monument in Mexico City, but to do it over a span of time. The difference in the light is p...Read the Full Post »
January 31, 2016
My mother is an incredible seamstress; she has traditionally made Halloween costumes for her grandkids. These began (for my daughters, at least) with princess dresses and...Read the Full Post »
January 24, 2016
Havana is an interesting city and a great place to photograph. What caught my attention and continued to draw my interest were the contrasts. I've lived in Latin America...Read the Full Post »
January 20, 2016
I really enjoy museums and particularly photographing in museums, though it can be a challenge, for many reasons. I think the lighting is purposefully done to make it dif...Read the Full Post »
A project to document the stories of refugees who have relocated to Twin Falls, Idaho.
A great resource on learning how to light.
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