I’m not going to write this in 3rd person. I refuse. Rebel, I know. Sometimes I feel like an oxymoron. I have a super obsessive brain that focuses on ever little detail. For example, it’s taking everything in my power right now not to open up photoshop and correct all of the wrinkles in my shirt in this photo and that one hair sticking out of the top right side of my beanie. Obsessive and meticuluous. But also, I’m super emotional, cry like 3 times a day, please can we go in the woods and just feel. It’s honestly why I love landscape photography… nature just being nature makes me cry. Anyway…what am I getting at? I guess what I’m saying is that I strive for my photographs to reflect that dichotomy . Fine-tuned attention to detail, but damnit they really make you feel something. After spending over a year in covid-quarnatine confined to our home, my wife Afton and I now have walls full of photographs and paintings and maps and old movie posters, etc. All of it is art that makes us feel and fills us every day with so much joy. Individually and as a whole, they set the mood/vibe/tone of our home and (as I sit here and look around I realize) inspire us in one way or another.
Take a look around the galleries and if you decide to purchase any of the prints, I truly hope it brings you that same joy and emotion and inspiration that your home deserves.
Okay, thanks for coming to my ted talk. Byeee.