Monthly Archives: June 2016

Blast from the Past

I was sifting through my archives today, looking for the origins of my Orb series for a talk I am giving. I dug back to the year 2000, where my experiments became sparse amongst my medium-format negatives. Going back just … Continue reading

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When You’re Not With the One You Love…

The other weekend was one of those occasions that called for the tough, all-purpose toy that can get wet, sandy, salty, muddy or possibly dropped on the ground unceremoniously in a backpack. It was not a good time for an … Continue reading

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Little Blue Buckets of Joy

I was working as a roving photographer at a school Field Day this morning. All around me were tots giggling, jumping and getting wet. I walked past the kiddie pool where they were keeping their supply of wet. The kids … Continue reading

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