Since I started working with the amazing folks at Feast Magazine this August, I have yet to encounter an assignment that isn’t both a challenge and a total blast to shoot. This was no exception, but not for the reasons you might think.
The next two days were spent wandering around the expansive grounds of the 31st annual Blissfest, a unique outdoor music festival that includes music spanning folk, rock and jazz genres; camping in an ancient forest; a wide variety of eats; and vendors ranging from artists to palm readers and massage therapists.
I just returned from a weekend in Green Bay where I did some portraits and documentary-style shooting of a family that graciously supported my recent Kickstarter project. Normally I would cringe at the idea of heading so far north this time of year, but Green Bay (and neighboring Door County) were resplendent in fall color [Continue Reading…]
Let me state right off the bat that I am NOT a wedding photographer by any stretch of the imagination. Sure, I occasionally work as a second shooter with established pro wedding photogs but I am definitely not one of them. I offer up this disclaimer for two reasons: 1) The “real” wedding shooters have [Continue Reading…]