Photography, Time Travel and Forgotten Memories Remembered & Relived

Photography used to be time travel. We took photographs, and then forgot them. That magic roll of film held the memory safe, tucked away in the dark to be revealed and relived at another time. A trip to the Fotomat was highly anticipated--the roll finished and developed, it offered wonderful surprises, time travel, remembering and... Continue Reading →

“You’re Better As You Are Than You Think.”

I traveled across the U.S. last month to a photo shoot in Washington D.C. (drove so I could bring a full studio to the conference) and on the way back, I photographed my partners' Mother and brother at breakfast during a stop in Cincinnati. When I sent them the photographs, her Mother said...well, I'll let... Continue Reading →

The Wise Photo Project

I have this project I've been working on the last six months called The Wise Photo Project.  I photograph older folks who often don't have anyone taking their photo.  Most of the attention is on the kids, and as one older man once told me, "The older you get the more invisible you become."  So... Continue Reading →

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