Posts Tagged ‘Durham photographer’

New Perspectives, Familiar Places

August 8, 2013 | No comments yet

It’s super easy to get jaded in your hometown, to feel like you’ve shot the same things from the same angles in the same ways a million times over. When I return home from a trip, I always try to approach the familiar with those fresh eyes I had when seeing new things wherever I […]

Full Moon Rising in the Bull City

May 24, 2013 | No comments yet

Tell me what you feel in your room when the full moon is shining in upon you and your lamp is dying out, and I will tell you how old you are, and I shall know if you are happy. –Henri Frederic Amiel

Students of Pain: the 2013 9th Street Derby

April 30, 2013 | One comment

To be a cyclist is to be a student of pain… at cycling’s core lies pain, hard and bitter as the pit inside a juicy peach. It doesn’t matter if you’re sprinting for an Olympic medal, a town sign, a trailhead, or the rest stop with the homemade brownies. If you never confront pain, you’re […]

The Importance of Organization

March 6, 2013 | No comments yet

I am not a stock photographer, as should be pretty obvious from this blog. Still, as a native Durhamite and a photographer, I have made a conscious effort to record some of the history and ambiance of the city I’ve called home all my life. Sometimes, I get inquiries about Durham photos to be used […]

Reflections on a Workshop

January 20, 2013 | One comment

Before I debrief my workshop at West Point on the Eno yesterday, I want to mention something remarkable: I am writing, and more importantly, POSTING, this blog from 30,000 miles in the air, somewhere between Milwaukee and California. The birth of flight was only a mere hundred years ago, and now not only can I […]