Seattle is in the middle of a heat wave. In addition to the heat, we’ve been blanketed in smoke from wildfires happening in British Columbia. I can’t imagine the amount of destruction being made if the smoke is reaching as far south as Seattle, and even Portland, Oregon. It’s really sad. With that said, the […]
Read More A quick breather
I’ve been working on taking weekly trips into the city to walk around and do some street photography. These were taken with my Fuji X-70, a wide angle fixed lens camera that I can easily stash in my backpack. For people with larger pockets, I’ve read it can be stuffed into your pocket. The lower […]
Read More Hitting the pavement | June 14, 2017
Amidst a family reunion of sorts, I decided to slip out the front door and chase this one winter sunset.
Read More One sunset in Chandler, Arizona
The spontaneous nature of street photography can bring about unexpected moments of human connection. Sometimes my camera is not on the correct setting and it lags when I try to catch a candid moment. On this day, a stranger took advantage of the delay and flashed a friendly smile my way.
Read More Human Connection
I got out for a change and went on a walk last week. Good times. Enjoyed the sun and time alone with my camera 🙂
Read More Sunny days chasing the – clouds away
As I work toward creating a name for myself in artistic photography, I’ve been thinking about photographers that have inspired me, “wowed” me to be better, or whose work resonated with my own. One of them is Gordon Lewis, who takes beauties like this photo. Another is Cubie King, who captures magical moments like this. As I prepare and […]
Read More Developing identity