Wide open prairie. Sunshine. And a little boredom sitting in the car. :) Photos from a recent drive to Winnipeg, Canada.Read More
NEW! this year - wall calendars! I’m making sure the i’s are dotted and the t’s are crossed on my proof copies, but when my calendars are ready, I’ll be announcing it here, on social media, and in my newsletter in a couple of weeks!Read More
After talking with Candace, I immediately had this location in mind to photograph the interpretation of what she said about how her mental illness felt to her. Wide expanse of prairie, no trees, with little to no sign of civilization. The trick for me was finding the location. — More on the blog, including a video of the area with voiceover.Read More
The Gift of a Lost Opportunity
My most memorable session, but maybe not for the reason you’re thinking.
This wasn’t so much a session as a favor for a friend.Read More
I quickly got the digital camera out of my bag and snapped the shutter.
I was lucky to just barely capture the woman walking and throwing a stick for her dogs before the composition was lost because she would have been too far away from me.Read More
….Simple. Soft. White. Tenderness.Read More
Ok. That's maybe a little extreme. But not many things put fear in an artist's heart like being told "you need an artist statement."
Want some insight as to why I do what I do?Read More
Budgets are a bitch, aren't they?
Out of these that I've curated, I can only pick five images. A unique art crawl that I'll be participating in….Read More
Just because they aren't new to me doesn't mean they aren't new to you! I was sorting through my archives with the theme of "leaves" in mind, with the goal to share what I found.Read More
Words and sketches are photographic ideas waiting to happen.
In the end, I did find this extremely helpful to me to get my ideas down first. …Creating "...the wall...Innocent child. A small flower bud….A powerful, sometimes evil personality. A spider mum. Florist suggests even painting the mum a dark color. ..Idea of a silhouette…Read More