A cold, grey, winter morning from Northern Minnesota revisited in the archives.
Finding an element of a gesture with your subject adds so much to your photograph, even when no people are present.
My first run at a completely different approach(for me) to photographing a home interior. It’s all about finding the natural feel of the home!
In the face of a brutal winter that threatened to ruin them, one man sought to provide food for his family to see them through. A photo essay.
While often photography is serious in nature, I find myself drawn to the quirky, humorous moments seen in everyday situations.
It’s a special time, those first snowfalls of the year that leave us all filled with wonder.
A short poem inspired by a recent photo of the sun peeking through a pine forest in Minnesota.
Inspired by William Eggleston and classic 70’s/80’s movies, I’ve tinkered around and created a custom Fujifilm Jpeg Film Simulation for you.
What stories do you tell, do you feel, when you share your photographs?