Category Archives: Personal Project

March, oh March.  You were pretty great.  New bikes, and helmets, were bought.  And, they were used A LOT.  That red bike already looks a little small on you.  And that portrait of Connor?  I die.  He looks so much older than last year.  We took a trip to our favorite pizza place in Red […]

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This month was such a mixed bag.  We had the 100th day of school.  Sean makes a good looking old man ;). He also had his first major crush.  A big enough crush that he asked her to be his Valentine.  There were a few gorgeous sunsets, cookies before dinner, and a stay in a […]

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Yay!  I made it another month. I’ll be honest.  It was a rough one.  I struggled.  The month of January is always hard for me.  The days are short.  Or long.  Depending on how you look at it!  It’s cold, the sun doesn’t shine enough, and our snow looks sad.  Really sad.  What little there […]

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Wow.  I’m still in a bit of shock.  I never thought I’d be able to say that I completed a 365 project.  A picture a day, uploaded and edited, for a whole year.  I’ve wanted to do one for years, but never thought that I had the skill for one,  Or the perseverance.  Or an […]

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Light gives of itself freely, filling all available space.  It does not seek anything in return; it asks not whether you are friend are foe.  It gives of itself and is not thereby diminished. ~Michael Strassfeld

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Well, it’s the second month of my personal project and I’ve already fallen behind (you can see the first installment here).  Behind might be the understatement of the year. BUT, it is still November, and I shot all of these images in October, so it counts, right? Anyway, here’s a 10 on 10 with a huge […]

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I recently gathered my courage and decided to really try to identify my vision.  To try to figure out how my voice actually comes through in my images.  Thanks to Kate Densmore and her amazing workshop, Voice and Visual Intent, I feel one step closer.  Perhaps two.  I learned more about myself as a photographer, and […]

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