I always think back to my very first day in NYC and remember how big it felt. I remember walking thirty blocks by myself along 5th Avenue and stumbling upon the Flatiron Building and smiling like an idiot as I chatted with my sister on the phone about how I couldn’t believe where I was. I … View full post »
One day last summer, I photographed the cutest little blonde watercolor artist. She had just moved to Bend and we hit it off immediately. So then, I didn’t even know it, but Miles saw those photos and decided to buy some cards from that little QT (partially because her cards are the bomb.com and partially because, like … View full post »
These days are filled with a constant battle between this life behind my computer and the one living out in front of my own eyeballs. There’s a tension. Pursue work, but live life. Make connections, but cherish friendships. Each side of the tension is so seasonal for me, and this season is quiet. It’s full of … View full post »
Couples who will fly up to Oregon and battle the crazy weather to shoot with me are my kinda people. Sarah is a photographer in North Dakota, and we’ve kinda known each other forever. (Like, my brother married her sister kinda forever.) Badlands and snow flurries forever.
I flew in to LA on a Saturday night, and we stayed up until 3:30 am talking. We got our nails done and ate In-N-Out and had a celebrity siting and shot for three hours. Sometimes people just fit.