Tonight I met up with my friend and photographer/workshop extraordinaire, Michael Chinnici of Photo Workshop Adventures. After hanging for a bit, we headed to shoot sunset at the White House and Washington Monument. Just past sunset, some interesting clouds rolled in while subtle pinks took towards the horizon. A center comp seemed to be in […]
I recently finished a large project where I supplied 5 large format fine art canvas prints to a law firm in Washington, D.C. The sizes ranged from 40″ x 60″ to 55″ x 83″! It was great to see so much of my work selected for this modern and chic looking downtown space.
After an extended period away from teaching due to the birth of our first child, I resumed photography workshops in Washington DC this past Sunday. I conducted the workshop at the Netherlands Carillion in Arlington, where in the spring time there is a grand showing of tulips facing the Washington DC Skyline, including the Lincoln […]
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This past Monday, on Martin Luther King Day, I set out for a quick trip to West Virginia to hike in the snow and capture some winter landscapes. In DC, we intermittently experience snow, but the further west and higher in elevation you go, the weather changes. On average, 160 inches of snow falls each […]
I went back to my stomping grounds, the Air Force Memorial, last night. I continued on assignment for the Air Force Memorial and captured a few projects that I will unveil soon. The Air Force Memorial remains one of the coolest “undiscovered” memorials within the Washington, D.C. area. Three giant stainless steel spires shoot brazenly […]
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