Reading Time: 2 minutes This reminded me of a science fiction story called “All Summer In A Day” by Ray Bradbury. It’s about a class of students who live on Venus where it rains all day and the sun comes out only for an hour every seven years. The only one of these students that remembers sunshine is Margot.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Safety, security, and efficiency are important but moments such as these remind me of just how confining and dividing they can be.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Wall Flower by Tip Toland
Reading Time: 4 minutes A game where photographers share the pictures that they took or saw that made them want to be a photographer.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A month ago I visited some friends in Sacramento and visited the Crocker Art Museum with a friend of mine. We had been friends a long while but over the last few years we had both become occupied by our lives. Him with starting a family and me, returning to school. We reconnected once we
Reading Time: 2 minutes This was taken with a Canon Rebel also from the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. It’s called “Audience Wanted” for obvious reasons. I think we seek symmetry when we pursue balance. To be similar to others in a world where everyone is unique. . Photo by Jonathan Pendleton on Unsplash To Unite our efforts to share what we carry
Reading Time: < 1 minute This was taken with a Canon Rebel in the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. I was there about a month ago to basically feel out how I felt about living in Sacramento. Something about visiting this museum really sealed the deal on wanting to move there. This mask in particularly stood out to me. Just
Reading Time: 2 minutes Shot way too late at night with a Canon Rebel. The model is a my friend Elle from the band Angel Sap. I really want to do a less improvised shoot with her and something that’s a little more representative of her personality and style. She also happens to have an amazing voice so check
Reading Time: 2 minutes I took this at an event called Alleywave in Fresno, CA. The fire breather was accompanied by a fire dancer and were putting on a really good show–so I moved in. Giving them a respectable and safe amount of space I did my best to capture all the leaps and spins. Not the easiest
Reading Time: < 1 minute The photographer, to me, is a fly that gets invited into a party. A body that’s ready to act on its intuition for storytelling and is always watching the emergence and disappearance of emotions. It’s a tricky art capturing those expressions of genuine affection, fear, or joy. The very potency of such moments is what makes them rare–and
Reading Time: < 1 minute To me, holding a camera feels like searching for a reminder of those real and metaphysical places that you pass by like a passenger. Because it’s not nylon that holds the camera to my body, it’s nostalgia. It’s that sweet pain that comes before the shutter closes on a flooded river, and reminds you of a place eight thousand two hundred and fourteen miles away.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Photography and cinematography are two things that I do not do enough of, and what I miss about it the most are the shadows. Where light gives clarity the shadows create mystery, which is why this is one of my favorite pictures in my limited photography portfolio. The camera was borrowed, the model was a