Abandoned

Tennessee Fine Art Film Photography

This Tennessee road trip brings back memories. After ALL these years, my fine art remains consistent.  Something I finally discovered after committing to The 100 Day Project.  More of this Tennessee fine art photography coming soon… I invite you along on this journey of 100 Blog Posts in 100 Days There will be times of…

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Route 66 Arizona Photography

Curiosity arises when I hit the road on Route 66. Abandoned America fascinates me, and for this reason, I’m drawn to Route 66 Arizona.  More to come soon… I invite you along on this journey of 100 Blog Posts in 100 Days There will be times of triumph and times of struggle, but I will…

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Central Coast California

Traveling solo on the Pacific Coast Highway was life-changing. I just didn’t realize it right away.  California’s Central Coast is one of my favorite places on earth.  More of this story to come soon… I invite you along on this journey of 100 Blog Posts in 100 Days There will be times of triumph and…

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San Juan Islands Fine Art Photography

I love to explore like a local. Never quite sure where I’ll end up or who will cross my path.  Traveling the San Juan Islands was no different.  Looking back, it’s probably the quiet and serene environment that made me fall in love with these islands. Unplug at the San Juan Islands. Most of these…

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Creative Vision Comes Alive In Photography

The 100 Day Project is forcing my creative vision to come alive. After hiding deep down for SO long, this creative vision is slowly starting to reveal itself.  The art of photography emerges unveiling endless possibilities.  There’s a consistency in my art that I never knew existed. Over the past 15 years, I traveled to many…

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Abandoned Arizona Photography

I pull out the map from the glove box and open it with excitement. We’re off to Supai, Arizona. On the open road of Route 66, traveling from Kingman headed east.  “Take a left, we’ll reach Supai in 64 miles,” I say. We drive for miles, thinking our final destination for the evening is Supai,…

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Fine Art Photography Degree Is Not A Waste

Negative comments about my useless fine art photography degree come reeling in. Why would you be interested in learning about film photography when it’s on the brink of extinction?  Just another dreaded question I  hear and contemplate day in and day out. Here I am, 16 years later, still photographing film and still loving it.…

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