2013 in review – and it’s not over yet.

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What a wonderful 2013 – though I didn’t travel to as many locations nor have as much time, I got to see so much more before me. You know you’ve taken too many photos when featuring your 60 favorite images … Read More

Behind the Image – One Chicago Moment

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Photography does not need to be mere documentation that concludes a series of transpired events and it’s certainly much more than depressing the shutter and reflecting exactly what’s in plain sight. It’s an artistic craft that often requires patience, anticipation, and design. We really do “paint with light”.

Summer 2012 – The In Between

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Woohoo, my 101st blog post! When I began this blog I was purely an amateur fine art photographer who practiced architecture as my full-time job. Four years later I’m a professional photographer who does a bit of architecture on the side. The bittersweet part of becoming professional is that I rarely get to shoot all the things I purely shoot for fun. So on the occasion I have that chance, I certainly savor the moment. It’s been a busy summer with many jobs and a lot of travel on the behalf of my clients. These are a few photos I’ve managed to capture in between.