Eddy was launching his acting career and I eagerly offered to take headshots. Have you seen him?? I wanted an environment that would translate his urban roughness. Eddy is an energetic bundle … ContinueHeadshots: Eddy
Marissa and I wanted to work together to get images that represented her personality, her individuality, and highlighted her incredible eyes.
The 48 Hour Film Festival If you are unfamiliar with the 48 Hour Film Festival the rules are pretty simple. Teams are required to write, cast, shoot, edit, and deliver … ContinueBTS: 48-Hour Film Festival
I got it from my Mom. She hands out compliments and laughter like hippies used to hand out flowers on street corners. Every interaction, every forced moment of shared space, … ContinueCompliments from the Wizardess of Happiness
In 2008, a man walked into my hometown city hall and slaughtered the fathers of friends and their colleagues. The shooter sought revenge on slights brought on him by the city. … ContinueClass Action
At this moment, across town in a dark and dirty office, lies a small hard drive with my entire photographic portfolio on it – as it struggles to come to … ContinueCurve Ahead
I’ve been saying my name a lot lately. It’s in my domains. It’s on my sites. I’m trying to sell myself and in order to do that, I need to … ContinueWhat Is Your Name Worth?
I had made a good showing at the bar. I charmed, gamed, drank and even had my shoes mentioned on the mic; so, all in all – good. But now … ContinueWhy I Love The Ol’ Irish Goodbye
I was safely tucked away in my ground floor converted garage when I suddenly got a hankerin’. “Awwwww, come on!” I said to myself, “Let’s go see the fireworks.” (Yes, … Continue24 Blocks in PB
Nighttime and I dance together like clingy, boozy partners. I’ve never considered myself either a “morning” or a “night” person. With time allotted for grumbling, I will eventually get up … ContinueCellphone Light Reality