Sunday, February 27, 2011


I was planning on using a humidifier to photograph the steam for this picture considering I do not have a steamer available. It turns out my humidifier was also unavailable, gone all together actually, so here is a simple way to achieve steam to Photoshop in later. I took wash cloths got them wet and then placed them in the microwave for a minute or so. After they are taken out they stay steaming for a good amount of time, by moving them around you are able to change the direction and intensity of the steam.


I wanted to photograph what helps to make a person rich inside as well as in their pocket, knowledge.  “The more you learn, the more you earn!” This is my grandfather’s favorite saying and the one I hold closest to heart.

Sunday, February 20, 2011


I love crafting, cutting, pasting, gluing, melting, and really using any medium to create. I was working with crayons for a personal project and realized they would work perfect for the texture concept. It is interesting to me that a simple crayon can have so many different textures, smooth, rough, jagged, shiny, dull. I had fun putting this together and think it represents the concept well.

Valentine's Day

The two best times of my day usually consist of waking up to these eyes so I wanted to show that intimate moment  of first thing I see in the morning and last thing I see at night. Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday. I’m not quite sure why, it may be red is my favorite color, or chocolate is my favorite food, or simply I’m a romantic.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

I did a series shooting neon signs which I was then going to add different tones to. This was my favorite image both in split tone and color.
These guys are certainly fast! Cameron Connolly points at the camera during practice at the Lakewood Tracks.
Wanting to experiment with Infrared in Photoshop I went to Cheeseman Park for all of the greenery around. Turns out the sun was setting behind these columns just right and I decided to leave the rest of the park out. Because I was shooting into the sun the clouds were dropped in post.