Okay, I lied…one last post from last Sunday’s photowalk. I mentioned how much I enjoyed photographing the Blue Cross Blue Shield Tower a couple posts ago. Well, I lucked out with some good clouds and reflections in that very building, a nice little addition to the Cloudscapers series! This one’s titled Entangled.
Tuesday I had the opportunity to do a one-on-one photowalk with a woman that wanted a little guidance on some technical aspects, as well as compositional elements, of architectural photography. We had such a great couple of hours together and I think we both learned a few things! One of the benefits of teaching…it never […]
Remember that Paris photo project I was lucky enough to work on last summer?! A wonderful photographic journey through Paris to create artwork for the Le Méridien Etoile remodel, their flagship Le Méridien. They specifically wanted me to create images for the hotel’s corridors and possibly the guestrooms. Well, things are starting to come together! While the […]
I’m overjoyed to share that my image, Vanishing Point, from the White City series has been published in the most recent issue of SHOTS Magazine!!! This magazine continuously publishes images from exceptional photographers and to be included with some of my favorite artists is beyond thrilling! Thank you for sharing in my excitement!!!
It’s quite an honor to share my two Honorable Mentions in the 2015 Prix De La Photographie Paris (PX3) Awards! A little surprisingly for the color work I submitted. My Harmonic series from my first visit to the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles last year was one HM. And the other was Urban Canyon, […]
A couple weeks ago I was in the loop for a short time trying to figure out what to photograph for the day. I normally go into a day of shooting with a plan of attack but my morning was spent taking head shots for everyone in Brady’s office so I didn’t actually think I […]
“IT IS ONLY BY SELECTION, BY ELIMINATION, AND BY EMPHASIS THAT WE GET AT THE REAL MEANING OF THINGS.” – GEORGIA O’KEEFFE Just thought I’d share the link to a recent interview I had with Take & Talk Pics. A big thank you to Rob Krueger for having me and asking some great questions! Definitely […]
Today marks the death of Daniel Burnham (June 1, 1912), mastermind behind the 1893 World’s Fair and pioneer in urban planning. If it weren’t for his vision of what a city could be who knows if Chicago, or other urban environments, would have evolved to be what they are today…lively areas full of beautiful parks, […]
I’m excited to announce three images from my Nature and Man series are part of F-Stop Magazine’s Humans vs Nature Group Exhibition in Issue #71! This is a series I’m continually working on, generally not images I’m seeking out but images that I happen to come across when I’m out photographing other architectural subjects. One […]
I was in the loop this morning taking head shots of a few people from Brady’s office, not something I do very often, and then had about an hour to kill before I had to get back home. I didn’t have any grand plans, but he’s about a block north of the Deloitte building which always […]