Use your art to make a difference

Every year Access Gallery in Denver Co. holds a fundraising event that helps to sustain their programs throughout the year – in their words: 99 Pieces of Art on the Wall is Access Gallery’s annual fundraising event that showcases 99+ unique […]


#TuesdayTip Alternate Portraiture

For today’s #TuesdayTips lets talk about a different way to shoot portraiture. A portrait is defined as: “a painting, drawing, photograph, or engraving of a person, especially one depicting only the face or head and shoulders.”. In photography, there are […]


Getting your work shown

Ever see those questionable photo contest advertisements on social media? As a photographer, I have read through many of the terms of service for submitting your photos and they genuinely worry me. For the purposes of a bit of exposure, […]

#Challenge #General

Getting the next great shot

The hardest part of being a halfway decent photographer is not getting that one shot, it is getting the next great shot. During the time I was in school learning photography, I met several people who took a great shot […]


Latest Showing

While my current focus is my Landscapes of the Body project, I do have other series which I am always working on. I have always loved Landscapes photography, and I think this affinity for the rolling hills and natural beauty […]

#General #Tutorial

Angle of incidence

Whether you shoot portraits, landscapes or product photography, a basic understanding of the Angle of incidence and the law of reflection can help you figure out how to solve many different kinds of lighting problems in your photography. Now, I’m […]


Sharing a skill: Cyanotypes

I was recently asked to volunteer some of my time for a very worthy cause. May 19, 20 and 21 marked the first ever Heather’s Camp to be held in Estes park Co. https://www.heatherscamp.org/  from their website: Heather’s Camp honors […]


Set yourself apart

A few years ago I attended a seminar with the incredibly popular wedding photographer David Ziser http://ziser.com/ – the one thing that I took away from that talk was that photography is a very congested field and you must find […]


To Photoshop or not to Photoshop

This is an easy question to answer… The answer is: yes, but…. We have all been there, you take a picture of someone or something and inevitably during the editing process the question arises as to whether something should be […]