Portraiture is definitely not something I would consider myself an expert on. I’ve always found myself a bit apprehensive telling someone how to “pose” or “look natural.” I guess it is the documentary photographer in me, but I don’t particularly care to try to tell the story of life how to unfold. There is something […]Read more "Capturing Life Unfolding"
Some people love the flashy, “supposed” to be special moments. That’s why they do photography. For me, photography makes art out of the every day, ordinary life. The beauty of simplicity. I find inspiration in someone I pass in one moment on the street. I see beauty in the old, the new, and the cast […]Read more "Split Second"
Going against the grain,a perpendicular existence. Moments flee in front of you. You capture some, letting others just fall through your hands. Coming, going you never know what you’ll meet. It’s beautiful and messy, completely unexpected. The calm gives your clarity and the haste gives you strength. Who knows what you’ll see along the way. […]Read more "Perpendicular Existence"
As real as it is, or seems, it’s fleeting. A moment, a glance, a feeling. Bright lights, no light, lights flicker. Capture the moment for it is certainly fleeting. Beauty and mystery, love and hate, certainty and uncertainty it is all fleeting. Here now, gone now, coming back around you will never know for sure- […]Read more "Fleeting"
This is one of the photos on the roll of films I found. It really had no indication of who these people were only that the picture was taken in Florida. It is one of the most lovely photographs I have even seen. It inspired me to write this: Simply love, simply smile, and simply […]Read more "Simplicity"