Put those hours in and look at what you get. Nothing that you can hold, but everything that it is... ~Macklemore, Ten Thousand Hours
Welcome to Episode 4 of ON1 Inspiration! If you were a betting person, it’d be safe to place your bet that I’d always go for a photo that has no one else in it. It’s just who I am as a photographer and I’ve learned to embrace that, making it a part of my brand. However, as a photographer, I [...]
If you’ve even remotely followed my work over the years, you probably know that I hardly ever photograph people of any age. I think it has a lot to do with photography being a very internalized process for me. Any instructions needed to be given are done for me, to me, and by me all within my mind. I rarely [...]
Until recently, I had never seen a redwood tree in person. I’ve heard all sorts of things about their size and have seen enough pictures to know that anyone’s description of them likely wasn’t a hyperbole. But when I saw one up close, I thought I’d sprain my neck tilting as far back as I could to take in its [...]
My new series, Focused On, gives me a chance to shine a spotlight on some of my favorite artists out there. These are people who inspire me with all of their wonderful work and I want to do my part in spreading the word. This post highlights the great Cynthia Haynes, a photographer who I recently had the pleasure of photographing alongside in Venice, Italy.
Is it me, or does this bus look like it should be a character in the next Cars movie? I'm not the biggest movie buff out there but if there is one thing I love about seeing certain flicks, it's how the cinematography has an influence on my stylization. Whether it's subliminal or in your face, a lot of movies [...]