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How To Enjoy A Concert Even More!

It’s always awesome to see my work on the Huffington Post, this time in the Entertainment section! Check out my latest about cell phones at concerts!  You can check it out here!  

Tip Tuesday: Take One And Be Done!!!

“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.” ….now put your phone away and enjoy it! It goes without saying that if you go to a concert these days, someone in front of you is going to hold their phone above their head and block your view. It’s likely you will, too.  STOP!...

Featured in M Music & Musicians!

When I set out to be a full-time professional photographer my goal was to be able to support myself taking photos, pursuing my passion.  The past 9 years of my life I have worked very hard at it everyday; experiencing the highs and lows of being a self-employed artist living in one of the biggest...

Tip Tuesday: Just Say No!

Today’s tip comes from years of experience, both positive and negative– although even negative experiences are opportunities for growth if you allow them to be! When meeting prospective clients, it’s just as important for you to interview them as much as it is for you to be the best version of yourself during that meeting....

Tip Tuesday: Power to the People

Often I’m asked “Do you change your flash batteries when you shoot all day?”  99% of the time the answer is no, and it has to do with the kind of batteries I use as well as the power settings I use on my flashes. For one,  I do not use disposable AA batteries. I...

Tip Tuesday: Go Toward the Light

In some shooting instances, especially at big events like concerts, there will be a very strong light source directly behind (or nearly behind) your subject. Often it’ll be too strong and will blowout your exposure. But never fear–  Just play around with it!  By adjusting your shooting position, you can get some really fun, funky,...

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