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”
One of the things I absolutely love is nature. I can be surrounded by nature all day and feel nothing but joy! So when Will and I had time to go to one of our favorite parks to photograph, we leaped at the chance.
What happened when we arrived was just an utter shock… Continue reading “The Photo Week: Finding The Beautiful In The Disaster”
There are different types of areas artists look for when creating a piece of work.
Whenever I look at my photos, I always want to make sure that I am trying to convey a story. Something that will catch your attention and make you want to be in that photo. Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why Color Can Turn Photos from “Eh” to “Wow!””
Do you ever question whether your work is great because a gallery says NO to you?
Why wouldn’t you! One of the things that gets artists discouraged is when they submit their final piece to a gallery and receive a rejection letter. Sometimes other galleries don’t even bother Continue reading “The Photo Week: This Is Why Your Work Isn’t In Galleries (& How To Change That!)”
A couple of days ago, I invited some friends over to my studio to hang out and I showed them some of my photo pieces.
I always like to get advice from friends so I can see how they interpret my work (they will tell me if it looks weird or not haha!) They asked me how did I take the photos I told them that those pieces were taking with a film camera. Continue reading “The Photo Week: 3 Reasons Why Digital Cameras Are Turning Creatives Into Zombies!”