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Category Archives: 2015

As an artist, I find it’s sometimes good to step outside of my comfort zone.  This tends to be where my best work happens.  I also do my best when I’m having fun and not overthinking things.  Unexpectedly, something really cool happens and it does so organically.  It was that attitude I took  with  my recent portrait […]

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As a personal challenge, I decide to become involved in an 8 week portrait course to study the lighting and portraiture of some of the greatest portrait photographers past and present. It has been equal parts inspiring and challenging. Each one of these icons has a style which is immediately recognizable. It’s something all photographers […]

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The museums of Washington, DC were my stomping grounds as a child and so on the rare occasion I have time to visit any one of them I feel a sense of home and nostalgia.  A few months ago I was given the opportunity to photograph one of the more important and historically significant museums in […]

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It’s a funny thing actually, but I can look at photos from when I was growing up and still remember the moment when those were taken. And as I look at those printed photos, I also think to myself, ‘thank God my parents printed these photos.’ You see, I’ve lost all of my grandparents, great […]

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Change is inevitable and in order to grow and progress, you have to step outside of your bubble of comfort and face down your fears. I’ve been going through this metamorphosis for nearly two years. Though the changes were not of my choice (we moved from Hawaii to the DC area), I realized that maybe it […]

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