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Live from the 15th Floor with Ryane Watkins

Recapping the fun I had shooting headshots with Ryane Watkins last week, on the fifteenth floor of the Wyndham Beacon Hill.

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Geometric Portraiture

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 […]

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Getting to Know Dave Floyd

Sometimes you meet someone who makes meeting someone seem so easy.

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Durán in a Morning

Durán is an architect, a hip hop connoisseur, and an art collector.

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Remy in an Afternoon

My new dancer friend Remy came over to make portraits.

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Sitting with my Mother

Even before the start, my mother guided me toward photography—and now, she helps me navigate it.

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A Very Cloacas Farewell

I went to Santa Fe to say farewell to Cloacas, my favorite local band.

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America Needs More Portraits of Black Men

In this country, we tell narrow, problematic, and unfair stories of blackness, and I think portraiture could be a solution.

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Road to Rich’s 2017

Welcome to Road to Rich’s 2017! There was snowpack, sunburn, margaritas, dancing, and so much music.

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City of Roses

In March my friend Gabriel invited me to participate in a photography show celebrating New Mexico-born women of color.

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Holy Walk

Last Friday I undertook the holy walk to Chimayó, New Mexico.

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Evolution Bleed

Evolution bleed: the unrepeatable way the heart decides the art you’ll make.