September 20th, 2010 §
I’m very excited to announce that I’ve been invited to participate in the upcoming FoodPhoto Festival that will be taking place in the city of Tarragona Spain. I wish I could hop on a plane and be there for the exhibits, workshops and wonderful food but I guess I’ll just have to keep up with the happenings on my FoodPhoto Festival iPhone application instead.
This festival is about celebrating the world of food and food photography and the discipline and creativity that goes into it. I’m thrilled that my photos will be shared with a group of people who are as passionate about food photography as I am.
I’ve chosen to exhibit a series of images that were a collaboration with food stylist Maelle De Schutter. My work will be displayed along with 19 other photographers from around the world.
Here are a few images from the series.
September 11th, 2010 §
July 8th, 2010 §
Kindergarten literally means children’s garden. It’s fitting.
Every year it is my plan to photograph my niece on this bench near the house where I was raised. Every summer I will go home to Wisconsin and snap 5-10 quick photos of her before she becomes impatient and darts off to the playground where I promise her we’ll play after our yearly bench photos. I wonder what will get her there when she’s grown tired on the playground.
This was the bench I first photographed her on when the idea came to me to document her at the same place each year.
June 8th, 2010 §
April 1st, 2010 §
Celebrating my 1 year blog anniversary.
You just never know and that my friends, makes me happy.
It was one year ago this month that this blog took flight.
At the time I had no idea what would come of it but I was excited about the possibilities enough to ignore the “why bother” voice and start the new project. It’s 1 year later and I can only begin to share with you all the gratifying things that have come from it and I’m not referring to the obvious and maybe in this case less important… work, jobs, money.
I’m talking about learning to take chances, going down new roads and about how to recognize the positive things in your life and leave behind the madness of comfort and routine.
So this post is hardly about celebrating another blog that’s managed to stick around for a year but it’s more about being inspired enough to take chances and to make space for the things that are worth your time and to leave behind the things that are causing the madness.
December 28th, 2009 §
December 22nd, 2009 §
Don’t forget to leave cookies for your photographer
November 19th, 2009 §
November 6th, 2009 §
October 26th, 2009 §
It’s a flower people