Antibes, France

Pink Tree: Antibes, France

It’s been an interesting year, 2013. I haven’t been updating my blog due to the death of my grandfather, which was the hardest blow of 2013 and quite possibly my adult life after the passing of my Aunt in 2010. I just wasn’t able to get it up emotionally to continue writing and that’s okay.…

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Great Wheel: Seattle

It would be rude of me not to include a photo from my own city since it has been so good to me over the years. This shot from last summer is of sunset light hitting the Great Wheel, aka a ferris wheel a la the London Eye and/or any ferris wheel ever. I have…

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The Brides: New York

This is another shot from Dienys and Tammi’s wedding that I absolutely love. Anyone who knows me has probably seen it before and that’s because I can’t get enough of it. I’m infatuated with photos of hands, particularly when they’re dolled up with polish and diamonds but also when they’re unadorned because I think they…

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Dienys & Tammi: New York

In early spring, my cousin introduced me to her friends who were looking for a wedding photographer in New York. Upon consulting my friends in the city, one made the obvious conclusion that I should do it. So, with countless shoots and dozens of weddings under my belt (neither of which had happened to go…

Armagh, Northern Ireland

The Hollow: Armagh, Northern Ireland

In honor of my grandfather, the patriarch of my family who is going through some health issues at the moment, I wanted to show the cottage his father was born in back in the 1800′s in County Armagh. I gave my Grampa a copy of this photo a year ago for his 89th birthday, and…

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Damien Hirst at the Tate Modern: London

Damien Hirst sure knows how to get double takes. From spliced cows to bedazzled medicine cabinets filled with cigarette butts, Hirst’s work has an ability to captivate the masses with a pop art style that’s contemporarily kitschy (in my opinion). He is a modern Picasso in the sense that he is not actually the inventor…

Berlin

Wise Words on the Wall: Berlin

Feels like a fitting post for the depressing news that initiative 522, which would label GMO foods in Washington was not passed. I will refrain from a seemingly irrelevant yet somehow parallel tangent to this Erich Fried quote, which is painted on a wall at the East Gallery. Everything about it is striking, from the clean…