It’s been an eventful past several months with some pretty sweeping life changes. Some great, some bad, but such is life. While these events have taken my time and thoughts away from photography, lately I have come back around to re-evaluate my plans. I constantly ask myself questions to make sure that I am following the right path. I ask myself… what makes me happy? Where am I taking photography next?
I keep coming back to the fact that more than anything, I really just love being out there and capturing images. I have to do as much as I can to keep up the momentum and get out there again. And while I love teaching photography, so much so that I joined a prominent, worldwide photography workshop company, I still want to do some exploring on my own.
I’m happy that although I have taken some time away from photography, the business side of it continues to grow. I’m actively licensing my images and selling prints. In fact, I was happy to say I had my single biggest sale of my career this summer. I continue to make concerted efforts to make my photography commercially appealing, while also trying to stay true to the art. Sometimes these goals come together – and sometimes they don’t (more on this in a future post, perhaps).
As I ramp up and get myself back out there, I wanted to share some images that I finished from the vault. DC photography remains a priority for me, commercially and artistically:
Thanks for looking and your support!