My First Photography Foray

I went on a family vacation to the Smoky Mountains when I was 14 years old. We stayed in a KOA Cabin and took daily hikes. I brought with me my mom's compact film camera with rolls of color and black and white film. I loved what I saw when we got the images developed... Continue Reading →

What We Keep by Bill Shapiro and Naomi Wax, A Reflection

"What makes these objects so evocative for us is that they hold the memories of people, of relationships, of places and moments and milestones that speak to our own identity." We like to criticize consumer culture, and with good reason. But as with everything, there is also good that comes with inanimate objects. A finding... Continue Reading →

D.C. in Miniature

  Back in December I visited Washington D.C. for the first time ever. The weather was dreary, but I was determined to get some #bigstufflittlestuff images while there, a continuation of my Italy Souvenirs series if you will where I took images of mini monuments in front of their full scale counterparts, the souvenir remaining... Continue Reading →

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