In 2013, I started a personal project to push myself to create my own content more often on a consistent basis. What resulted is this body of work.
Each is a visual creation from listening to music of all genres and interpreting the lyrics in my own fashion.
A collection of faces showing emotions relative to their content, context and story.
Still lifes taken with 4X5 transparency film.
The tetraptychs each tell a story. These two projects were crafted using the Lens Baby Sweet 35.
This album is a variety of photographs of architecture and landscapes.
This is a collection of photos from a project combining two cameras. I attached a Canon Rebel XTi to a Brownie TLR. The resulting images are beautiful captures of the filthy, aged ground glass.
Here you can see some of my work as a designer.
Appetizing images of cocktails, entrees, snacks and desserts.
My wonderful friend Greg Hoffman, better known as Hoffy, organizes the FedEx Cares procession in the St. Louis Pridefest Parade. This is the second year the company has joined the walk. He increased numbers from 15 people to 45 this year. When he asked me to bring my camera, I was flattered to help him remember such an important event.
I don't shoot a lot of things journalistically and the pacing made for a fun day. It was also a welcome change that the parade was moved from Tower Grove to Downtown last year. It was a beautiful juxtaposition of the American flag next to the Arch next to SOOOO MANY RAINBOWS.
Thank you to everyone who participated! Every step for equality is one in the right direction.