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 “The Photo Week: This Is What Lies Hidden In The Forest”
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 “The Photo Week: Witnessing Tiny Miracles in Ecuador”
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 “The Photo Week: This Is Why You Are Important To The World”
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 “The Photo Week: Are you a SMART artist or a FAKE artist?”
Have you ever said to yourself that there aren’t enough hours in the day to create your work?
Trust me when I say I know what you mean! Sometimes I feel as if I have so many things that need to get done: create new work, contact galleries, meetings with curators, sell prints, ship Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Make Time For Your Art Like A Pro!”
It’s December! Can you believe this? Only few weeks until the new year!
And of course this is the time of year where everyone reflects on what has happened in 2015. Since I have been MIA for the last couple of months I will try and fill you in on what I have been brewing up for 2016:
Has anyone ever told you that being an artist or a photographer is nothing but a hobby…not a career?
This has always been a struggle for my when I was growing up. My father would call my love for art and photography a “hobbie” and that it’ll pass – how I needed to focus on something more stable like a desk job. And for a while I did sit behind a desk and
There comes a time where artists have to make choices.
It can be a number of things: what gallery to choose, where the next job is going to be or what new series to create. We make choices for the better and to live happier. However when it comes to matters of the heart, things can get a little tricky and an artist can loose their way. Which then brings up an important question: The heart or the art?
Have you ever been so focused on your artform that once you are done with it…..you realize you are all alone?
One of my favorite photographers I go to for inspiration is Zack Arias. He is a commercial and music photographer and has really resonated with me when I was let go of my job. While watching one of his lectures on Creative Live about photography and family – it hit me. Continue reading “The Photo Week: Here’s How Photography Can Actually Ruin You!”
One of the traits/faults that I personally struggle with on a day to day basis is Giving.
How can giving be a fault?
When I was a kid, I became an automatic giver. It made me feel good knowing that I made someones day brighter in a world full of stress and despair. So I like to make sure that my loved ones are always happy and I give up my time and Continue reading “How To Be Selfish Without Being Sleazy!”
Have you ever just wanted to have a fresh new start and to begin again as a new you?
I’ve felt that way in my life for years! To just one day pack up my things, leave everything behind and start a fresh life as the person I want to become instead of what others want me to be. Sometimes it is the easiest decision for people to make, and for others it takes courage just to take the first step. Continue reading “Stuck In The Present? Here’s How You Can Live Your Dream Now!”
I cannot believe that it’s already March – time just seems to fly on by when you’re having fun.
And speaking of fun, today is my birthday…and I have so much to be grateful for. But I’m mostly grateful to have you! Continue reading “It’s My Birthday (& I’m Thanking You!)”