My life is about to take on a new direction, starting in August.
Quite possibly the most nerve-wracking experience of my life, thus far — at least amongst those of my own choosing, I’ve just submitted my application to Duke University’s Masters in Fine Arts – Experimental and Documentary Art. Wish me luck.
Although I rarely made photos using it, I mourned the passing of Kodachrome. Kodak’s bankruptcy has made me realize just how quickly I transitioned from practically 100% film to essentially 100% digital.
Snow. I love it. Probably because I grew up in North Carolina, where half-an-inch of the white stuff is enough to make people empty grocery shelves, drive like maniacs and attempt to build snowmen that are composed as much of snow as of leaves and grass. But, it’s also because snow, for me, is like […]
I’m always on the lookout for amazing views. I love sunrises and sunsets (well, I’m rarely awake for sunrises, but when I am up, I love the light). My wife and I spent our honeymoon on the shores of Little Apple Bay on the northwest shore of Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands. Taken with […]