Well, if there were a few things to say about me I guess I’d start with the fact that I find humor and beauty all around me.
I was born legally blind, but have always appreciated art and loved photography. I believe I pursued photography mostly so that I could examine the detail in scene at a closer range. It became more of a passion as the years went by and have become to think of myself more as an artist than a photographer.
I now mostly focus my camera on women. There is no surprise there. I find the female form, in it’s many shapes and sizes to be one of the most captivating objects ever created, as have many artists throughout out history. I guess it helps that most of my friends are female and most of those lesbians.
Anyway, enough about me – go check out my art. :-)
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Today, I found out that I’ve lost a good friend to a tragic car accident. Her and her husband were killed coming home from dinner, celebrating their second anniversary. A truly tragic car accident. / Here’s the news story: http://blog.al.com/live/2010/03/saraland_couple_returning_from.html / She was a great friend, loving mother, a true sweetheart and a damn decent model. / Needless t…
I’ve always known that photography was about light. But recently, I’ve had a lot of fun playing with natural, ambient and artificial light. I’m thinking the edgier the light, the more I like it, now. / This is a stark contrast to how I’ve worked with light in the past. Doing portraits, flat and low ratio lighting is the norm. That’s all fine and dandy, but it really …
This year, I’ve decided that I’m going to create a series of images called “In Her Jeans”. The series, which I will create at least one a month of, will be of beautiful women wearing only a pair of jeans. / While they will be sexy, I do plan to keep with pinup tradition and keep them modest. It seems like a fun project to me. I hope you all will enjoy!