I’m shooting for Elle Decor today and tomorrow. It’s my first time working with them and I’m really excited.
When the issue comes out, I’ll post the info here.
For as long as we’ve lived on our street, I have never seen anyone come in or out of this place. But, it always looks maintained. I’m a terrible neighbor. Well, not it the trash in the front yard way, but I never was the type of person to be super buddy buddy with my neighbor. It’s just not me.
Almost forgot to post something. I’m working on a new website for my commercial work and this is the home page image. At least it is for now.
This is was from a trip when I saw the Pacific Ocean for the first time. If you visit Oregon, drive along the coast. It’s truly amazing.
I guess I have Virginia on the brain.
I was reorganizing my archive today and found this. If memory serves, this was shot with a Nikon F3 on Kodak E100VS… probably with a 20mm lens. I still have the film somewhere
I remember this day clearly (I think it was back in 2003). I woke up at 4am and just couldn’t go back to sleep. So, I grabbed my camera and headed out and just drove around Albemarle County in Virginia. I drove until the sun started rising and got out of my car. I shot a couple frames and then moved on. This was my favorite from that morning.
Our neighbor has at least 5 to 6 cats. They’re all feral, but they’ve been fixed. Apparently there use to be 20 or so cats living next door. What a sight that would have been!
Anyway, when it’s nice out, they all hang out around our front yard. We’ve lived here for almost a year and they’re just starting to trust us. We usually can’t pet them, but sometimes they forget to be afraid and hang out.
Okay, I told myself I wouldn’t post photos of our cats. I tried really really hard not to, but I may have a shoot this summer photographing animals, so I got to warm up. Right…
This is August. He’s 16 lbs of fur, muscle, and fangs. He’s been in my life a long time. He’s more of a dear friend than a pet.