Among the Michelangelos, the veiled woman looked into me, and asked me what I saw.
One of the first apps I got after getting my iPhone was Instagram. I thought filters were fun, I thought it was a brilliant way to connect photographers, all was good. But if you look at my profile, I have a pretty minor 125 photos in the two years that I’ve been on the platform.Continue reading “Instagram: A Forgotten Friend”
In the list of expenses that come with a wedding, it’s easy to lose yourself with venues, menus, and more, but one of the items that needs to be at the top of that list is photography. The images that are captured that day should emulate the love that everyone attending has for you, andContinue reading “Wedding Photography: Don’t Be Cheap”
What makes something beautiful is always left to the individual, but what makes a photo great is entirely different. The strongest pieces don’t inspire happy feelings, but rather force you to question what is happening. To go a step further the question must be based on your own self reflection, and not the piece inContinue reading “The Art of Alienation: Photo Series”