Category Archives: Photo of the Week

New Work: After Hours on Ocracoke

  It’s been a bit of a whirlwind this year with my dog photography business beginning to take off. I’m grateful for that and excited to see where it goes. I’m having a ball photographing animals but my heart still yearns for photographing wide open spaces – especially with water and fog. If you hadn’t noticed, I have […]

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Happy Earth Day

Seeing the challenges facing us as we strive to protect our wild places, I choose to commit my work for the betterment of our shared community. On this Earth Day, I challenge you to commit (or recommit) to honoring and protecting your small part of our world. We only have one planet, let’s take care […]

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Photo of the Week: The Brooklyn Bridge

After a few days of showing my work around an unseasonably warm NYC, I had to walk. It had been a few years since I visited the city and I could see the changing face of development everywhere I looked. Since I had a shoot the next morning in Brooklyn Bridge Park I decided that […]

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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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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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