I’ve been quiet on the world wide web lately. Not that I haven’t been working, shooting, editing… sometimes, I think it’s good to break from (virtual) reality. A lot’s happened in my life since my last writing, more than I could possibly pen in one post. Some of those changes have been amazing, others have been struggles.Read More
Okay. The blog’s been quiet lately. I like to sit down and thoroughly think through my posts and that requires a chunky time commitment. It’s not that I haven’t had things to share, but projects have compounded. Moving mountains and all that. In the absence I’ve shot a wedding, portraits, wakeboarding and even ventured into the great wilderness of Montana.
This past weekend was the first I had spent at home in over two weeks and I utilized it to get a lot of work done. Torrey decided to jump in on the fun and help out…Read More
This past winter, there was a listing for an old photo display in the newspaper. It was nearby, only a few towns over, so I decided to go take a look. A polite, older couple was trying to create some space as they downsized housing, and cut me a nice deal for the piece. Worn, abused, and oft forgotten, the panels had seen better days, but I knew with a little TLCTender Love and Care, if you were wondering. it would be perfect.
After a light sanding, I was ready to embark on my painting journey. I chose an oil based, enamel paint, as I needed a durable and resistant finish. And, I made one helluva mess…Read More
Well, hello there. I didn’t see you come in. Take a look around. I’ve done a few things with the place. You might not recognize it, but I think you’ll find it’s easy to navigate. What I’ve done:
- Framed a couple of photographs (see the Portfolio)
- Hung fixtures
- Installed hardwood floors, because seven consecutive episodes of House Hunters said that was the way to go
It’s taken a lot longer than I ever anticipated, and…
Something arrived in the mail today stowed in a box of about four by four inches. The box is simple, mostly covered in red and white. Once opened, all you see is styrofoam with a slit of hope in the middle.
No, seriously, I’ll wait.
Ok, I give up. Can’t wait any longer. It’s a new lens! …Read More