Category Archives: Photography

Photo of the Week: A study in minimalism

I’m re-visiting the work I did on Ocracoke Island back in November and came across this image. The more vitriol I see on social media and in the news the more I’m drawn to images like this. Wide open, minimal, simple yet dynamic space. It’s all around us, if we pay attention.  

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Travel: Home for the Holidays

Going home for the holidays is always a treat, but it’s even better when you arrive to 18″ of snow. In addition to shoveling a lot of snow, our latest Maine Adventure included: snowshoeing almost everyday, witnessing the first day of ice fishing season, relaxing in an outdoor wood-fired hot tub, dining with childhood friends, finding […]

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Oceans

After a turbulent November, I was fortunate enough to be able to spend Thanksgiving on North Carolina’s outer banks with close family. It was the refresher I needed before pouring into the chaotic holiday season. While there I spent each morning at the beach shooting new work for my Oceans project. While I don’t have time to edit […]

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2016 Fraction Holiday Print Sale

  I’m honored to have a print available in the Fraction Holiday Print Sale again this year! There are some wonderful limited edition prints available from national + international photographers at amazing prices. I’m offering a 6×6 signed and numbered print of the image above. The print is made on 8.5×11 Epson Hot Press Bright paper and limited to an edition of 10 for $125. Once it sells […]

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Reflections

Bull Run, Manassas National Battlefield, Virginia. November 12, 2016  3:07 p.m. No matter your political viewpoint and attitude about the outcome of the election, I say this: Please stop the hate. Lead with love. React in a meaningful and impactful way. What happens now can have an impact on life beyond our own. The planet needs […]

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