Recapping the fun I had shooting headshots with Ryane Watkins last week, on the fifteenth floor of the Wyndham Beacon Hill.
As I practice lighting, I’ve been thinking about what makes one of my portraits one of my portraits. At the surface, skill, familiarity, and necessary tools are important. I think those can be considered technique. Under technique is intention; the reason to make a technical decision. And beside, or perhaps under, that, is emotion; that […]
I believe, assertively and profoundly, in play. So much I’m thinking about taglining my business with it.
Sometimes you meet someone who makes meeting someone seem so easy.
Durán is an architect, a hip hop connoisseur, and an art collector.
You become interested in new things as you become capable of making them.
My new dancer friend Remy came over to make portraits.
Even before the start, my mother guided me toward photography—and now, she helps me navigate it.
Last summer, my girlfriend and I discussed how I would shoot portraits after moving in with her. It took six months, and I’ve built an ultra-portable studio.
Over the last year I’ve produced a small-but-growing body of architectural work based on perspective. I’m calling it “Upside Out.” You can see it here.
I went to Santa Fe to say farewell to Cloacas, my favorite local band.
If you’re starting out, or not sure what to do with the gear you have, I hope this reflection on lenses will help you make sense of where to go next. I spent a lot longer than I needed to figuring this out, and most of a week putting it into language I haven’t seen […]