Category: Personal Work

Rufus is a giant orange cat who lets my family live in his house. Between naps, he eats frequent meals, allows himself to be scratched and petted about the head and face, goes on adventures with George (2 years) and Jupiter (5 years), and watches tv. Rufus, this is your life: (Click any image to enlarge.)

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I was asked to write this short editorial for the “What I Learned Last Year” series on the St. Louis Egotist, a popular blog that covers the design and advertising community. . . . My second son was born in May of 2013, the older, Jupiter, being now three and a half, and the younger, […]

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My best capture from our recent Instagram photo booth installation and keg party. Shot with an iPhone.  

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Sigh. It’s hard being married to a photographer. So much waiting. So boring.

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In the midst of a portfolio overhaul, and I’m coming across some pieces I had never gotten around to showing. It’s so hard to keep up with both shooting and production – on any given morning I never know which thing to work on. So then I check my email a few hundred times. As […]

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The escape artist.

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A video of a contact sheet. New media meets old.

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When I’m testing new lenses or funky old cameras or lighting, I often take test shots of whomever’s handy. Since it’s just a test shot, I can mercifully excuse myself from caring whether or not the result is “good” or “interesting” or “anything other than garbage.” But secretly I am hoping that it turns into […]

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Nothing particularly remarkable about this beach photo: … except that it was taken after midnight. Those little white specks are stars. The moon was full and it’s a long exposure, but not as long as you might think – about 8 seconds. It’s a more or less remote spot on Lake Michigan, remote enough that […]

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