The Art of Taking Breaks: Part 5, Digital Problems, Analog, and Doing What You Love

You’ll recall in an earlier post I wrote that when I purchased the Sony DSC-F707, and that it came furnished with a Sony Memory Stick with 128 megabytes of storage. Cards at that point in time hadn’t progressed too far into high capacity. In contrast, recently I purchased a compact flash card of 64 gigabytes… Continue reading The Art of Taking Breaks: Part 5, Digital Problems, Analog, and Doing What You Love

The Art of Taking Breaks: Part 2, Bootcamp’s Most Valuable Lesson

Bootcamp The last summer of childhood was superb. I surfed (bodyboarded) nearly every day, and the time that wasn’t spent in the water was spent with friends. It was the best summer of my life, by far. What’s more, my father was very supportive of my decision to join the military and wanted me to… Continue reading The Art of Taking Breaks: Part 2, Bootcamp’s Most Valuable Lesson

Ezekiel/Life Rolls On/ They Will Skate Again

June 25th @ Venice Skatepark I was invited to shoot an event by the crew at Ezekiel that they were sponsoring on June 25th. It was unlike any event I had ever shot before. Life Rolls On is an amazing organization. Since I can’t describe what they do better than they can, here is their mission statement: “Life Rolls On, a subsidiary… Continue reading Ezekiel/Life Rolls On/ They Will Skate Again

One Professional Portrait and a Grad Photo

I’ve been so busy working on projects like editing all 1400 photos (whew!) The Full Monty Live, I have had no time to blog. Today, though I am taking some time to update because it has been so long. Nothing super exciting but still blog-worthy. Here are a couple professional portrait shoots I’ve done in the… Continue reading One Professional Portrait and a Grad Photo