Sunday, July 31, 2011

Ammon and Kamee Preview

I had the pleasure of taking Ammon and Kamee's wedding pictures today. If I could have a guarantee that all my clients were as amazing as them, I'd probably want to do wedding photography for the rest of my life...seriously. Here's a little sneak peak of their special day :)
P.s. I'll add more as they come!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Man's Footprint on the Element: Rock

This is the 20 pages for my book that I was a part of making this semester in my Documentary Photo class. My other two group members did the elements Wood, and Water. I chose to show the flow of Rock (A.K.A. Ore/Metal) from its original form, how man forms, manipulates, and eventually trashes it. The concept of our book is to raise awareness of Man's Footprint on Nature.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Sneak Peak

I'm working on a semester long project with my medium format film camera documenting the process of Copper as a natural, organic, raw material and how man's footprint comes along and intervenes. Here's is one of the pictures from the batch. Considering this is my first stab at color film (thanks to the magnificent help of Blake Pack) I feel it turned out well.

Welfare Farm Shoot

Last Saturday my friend Abby and I came and had a sweet photo shoot takin some landscapes as well as photos of each other.

I deleted the post with this picture on it, but I wanted to at least repost the pic, b/c it's sweet :)

Friday, July 1, 2011

Photo Reflection

So I went out earlier this week to where I thought would be a gorgeous river waiting for me, and instead found a nasty swamp. Determined to find a good picture I listened inside myself and was led here.

Yesterday I received a call from my friend Marcus inviting me to go to Jackson Hole with him this morning at 3am to shoot the sunrise of the Teton Mtns and then come back in time for me to get to work by 10am. Though I still haven't slept, I have to say, it was totally worth it!