Throughout all of my work, there is an underlying tinge of conservation. Allow me to quote some sentences from my website’s bio and artist statement.. “Call it experiential photography: documenting the living things around us and delivering that moment to you, the viewer, is my purpose. Reflected in my work is a deep ecological concernContinue reading “On Wildlife Ethics”
We discuss the creative state of mind known as “Flow.”
I discuss what music inspires my photography and the creative process.
I recall and remember the first camera I used. What was yours?
I discuss my first trip to Oakes Quarry Park.
Disclaimer: I am not being paid or endorsed by NYIP to write this, I just really believe in the value and education they provided me. Think of this as more of a review or write-up. Find more information at http://www.nyip.edu – Enjoy. Time Began in a Magazine… The New York Institute of Photography (referred toContinue reading “My Time With NYIP”
We discuss mental blocks and what to do to overcome them and live your most creative potential.
I discuss my first experience exhibiting at a local art gallery. This has been quite a learning experience and look forward to doing it again in the future.
I write a list of setbacks big and small that have happened throughout my photographic career thus far and encourage you to do the same.
I answer the pressing question: “Why Is Photography Important to Me?”
This is a sort of long-winded story of my start in photography from the time I was a child to the present.(Early 2019)