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Love Notes on Paper Airplanes

Love Notes on Paper Airplanes

There was a time when I started photography that I thought I would be taking the exact same pictures forever. When I picked up my camera for the first time and made something, without anyone telling me what to do or how to do it, I felt free. I felt like I had expressed my truest voice, and it was there in physical form for anyone to see. I put it online. I shared it with co-workers and family and…

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Promoting Passion Week 50: Connecting to the Internet

Promoting Passion Week 50: Connecting to the Internet

“How do you get followers on the Internet?” I have a couple problems with the way this question is phrased. First, the question itself seems a little bit crazy, because it assumes that there is a once-and-done solution to getting people to hit the “like” button online. The other problem is that it assumes that I know what that thing is. I don’t. My next problem is with the use of the word “follower”. It seems to me that if…

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Creating New Worlds

Creating New Worlds

I’ve been going through old files in an attempt to do a comprehensive update of my CV. In doing so, I’ve been looking through various publications, but none caught my eye so much as this one…that has nothing to do with photography, but instead about a short film I made. Seeing it unlocked so many memories of how I used to create. Sometimes it feels as though photography is my only passion and the only one I had ever pursued….

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Memories From My Artist Retreat in France

Memories From My Artist Retreat in France

How does one begin to write about an experience that was so far beyond words? I want to tell you about an experience I had, but there is so much to say that I feel like saying nothing at all, for fear that my words will ruin it. But try I must, because I want to introduce you to a family that I made in France, in the unlikeliest of places, while being drenched in a waterfall at 5AM. A…

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East Coast/West Coast Workshops!

East Coast/West Coast Workshops!

2-Day Storytelling & Compositing Workshop in Fieldsboro/Princeton,┬áNJ on June 13 & 14 This 2-day, 16 hour workshop goes through the ins and outs of finding your personal style, voice and story while applying creative techniques for shooting and editing. From inspiration exercises to five hours of shooting in a beautiful (and potentially haunted) location, to a full editing session and business lecture, we’ll go over how to be inspired to shoot creative scenes, edit those scenes, and potentially sell them…

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