Twenty Seventeen

Happy New Year, friends! I spent the last day of 2016 and the first day of 2017 reflecting on what was, and what I hope will be. It was a very relaxed couple of days, with plenty of time to drive and think and shoot. 2016 was both a big and not so big year…

Telling Stories

The thing I love most about selling prints at pop-up markets is meeting people, and chatting about art and travel. My last show was no exception. To my surprise, someone recognized the location of one of my favourite photographs. This has never happened, online or off, and not only did she know the spot, but knew…

5 Road Trip Essentials

I spend a spectacular amount of time in my car, whether it’s for day trips to scout for new locations, longer trips for clients, or road trips that cover thousands of kilometers. And while I love lists, and long ones at that, I think there are just five things I think about when I’m heading…

Welcome to: Cannon Beach

Confession: this was my first big trip where I traveled by myself. Yes, I’ve traveled to Poland many times on my own to see family. I’ve been to out of town conferences and had client work take me away. But never had I been on my own for a week where 100% of my time was my own. It….

The Story: Monastic Library

My first time out as a vendor at Forest City Flea was cut short by a crazy storm, but in the 3 short hours I was there, I found myself being asked about one particular image quite frequently. This was one of those unexpected, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and now that some time has passed, it almost…

On Gratitude

We’re barely half way into 2016 and it has been a remarkable year so far. I tend to work in isolation, even when close to home. Hours alone in the car, and usually alone on deserted beaches and fields, and while I sometimes miss the company, I enjoy the peace and time to think. And…