The Divine Intervention series will have it’s very first solo exhibition this December. Come on by for the Opening Reception on December 9th from 2PM – 4PM!
Admission is free and the first 15 people who arrive at the opening will receive a FREE print from the series. For more information, please read below: Continue reading “Solo Exhibition This December!”
Massachusetts has a special place in my heart. For a state that is somewhat far from where I am located, it’s a whole different world.
There is such a perfect mixture of history and present culture in every street which was very fascinating. Coming from New York Continue reading “The Streets of Massachusetts”
One of the many struggles of being a photographer is approaching people. For me it becomes nerve-wrecking because it’s almost like asking someone on a date. What do you say? What if they say no? Will they think I’m a creep? However my husband made a good Continue reading “How I Became Haulted by Beauty”
A few weeks ago while photographing a beautiful waterfall, I was given a tip by a fellow photographer. He said to travel to Kent, NY and visit an amazing serene place. At first I was unaware of what he meant and was a bit skeptical but I decided to travel up North. Beneath the forest and the empty roads of Kent, NY Continue reading “This Is What Lies Hidden In The Forest”
I’m currently working on a photo series about females who are considered millennials or were born in the “Millenial” era (between 1982 to 2004).
If you or anyone you know might be interested in having their Continue reading “Casting Call: Female Millennials For New Series”
Have you ever had a moment or an experience that shaped your life? Or were you ever surrounded by the worst circumstances that you didn’t know what to do next?
The first time I traveled to Ecuador I was fifteen years old and my Continue reading “Witnessing Tiny Miracles in Ecuador”
The one crucial piece of advice that I received when I was starting out was this: “Find Your Signature.” Well that’s easier said then done.
As you know, every photographer is different. We all have a different style, aesthetic and vision on how we see an image. Even Continue reading “How To Find Your Signature Style”
Have you ever heard the phrase “Don’t blink or time will pass you by”? Or something along those lines?
I hear that saying in movies and it reminds everyone to embrace what they have in the moment; to live in the now which in some Continue reading “This Is Why You Are Important To The World”
When we begin our journey as an artist, it’s usually sparked by a piece of art that we’ve seen. Whether it was in a museum, on Instagram or at a local art fair – we know the feeling of looking at a Continue reading “Is Comparing Yourself a Good or Bad Idea?”
There come’s a time in every artists career where you finish a body of work and then you sort of step back and say “Okay…what do I make next?”
We really don’t stay put and settle because as an artist, our skill Continue reading “Where Do You Go From Here?”
The path of an artist has developed a stereotype for years that the working artist is a “starving artist”.
But what defines a starving artist?
A starving artist is someone who gives up the daily 9 to 5 grind and commits solely to their art. It’s an artist who goes on a whim to Continue reading “Are you a SMART artist or a FAKE artist?”
Lately I’ve been going through the idea of change in photography and wondering whether this is good or bad.
I attended a workshop for Fujifilm and saw some of the latest X-series cameras. I’ve never photographed with a Fujifilm camera before but I Continue reading “Is Film Photography Dead?”