I never thought it would get this far.....
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
I don't measure success in a commercial way, but by how happy doing this work makes me feel. When it makes others happy and it enriches their lives, that is a great side effect. This portrait was made for my enjoyment of creative expression and not for commercial gain.
I celebrate the fact that I made this image by the process of which I made all of the creative choices from start to finish.
Now that to me is pure poetry.
Sunday, October 13, 2013
If you didn't have a chance to hear me speak at Gravy's Design Philadelphia event on 10/12/13, you can check out my interview here.
Monday, September 23, 2013
Saturday, August 31, 2013
As I look back over the last few months of not posting it's hard to know where to start. As my work continues to grow in a creative way, it has grown in a business sense as well. Along with private commissions, which I enjoy the most, are commercial and editorial clients wanting something specific. This piece was done for the Wall St. Journal on how chicken is taking over beef in the marketplace.
It's a rainy day and a great time to check out my portraits, and book your session. Click on the link in my bio for commission info....
As a photographer, I have always felt badly when I am asked to do a posthumous portrait. Unfortunately, it has limited me to working with...
Photo courtesy of Sheila Cameron Moira's blog, Dog Art Today is one of my favorite dog blogs out there. It's my first interview e...