I love photographing families, maternity, children; and this sweet family has a lot of love for each other with a wonderful side of playful fun.
We had an all around good day this year which is a rare day when things go well the whole day. My father is visiting from NH so we were able to celebrate the day with him which definitely made it even more special. It was a day of eating and fun. We had a … Continue reading Fourth of July 2017
This weekend I participated in a Click Walk organized by http://www.clickinmoms.com/ It has been awhile since I've done some urban photography and a welcome change for a couple of hours. There were approximately 14 women who participated this year and we got lucky with the weather. I used only one lens. Lensbaby edge 80. … Continue reading Portland Click Walk and Lensbaby
Recently, I worked with a college student model at Sellwood Park. She was a joy to work with. I think she is fantastic; smart, beautiful, and with a creative vision. She is also a photographer as well.
`The emancipation of women, the achievement of full equality between the sexes, is one of the most important, though less acknowledged prerequisites of peace. The denial of such equality perpetrates an injustice against one half of the world's population and promotes in men harmful attitudes and habits that are carried from the family to the … Continue reading Women’s March: Portland, OR
One thing that inspires me to shoot is curiosity. "I wonder what this will look life if I try?" I pulled out my Full Spectrum converted Nkon. d3200 with an infrared filter 695 wavelength. I forgot how magical IR can be and the way it captures light. It is ALL about where the light is … Continue reading Snow in Portland, Oregon Part 2: Infrared
Snow hit Portland, Oregon this winter and crescendo-ed with a storm snow accumulation of 8-12 inches and it is still here almost a week later. The last time this happened was eight years ago, so I have made sure to capture as much as I could to make up for lost time. At the time … Continue reading Snow in Portland (part 1)