Do you ever wonder why you are drawn to certain images? It’s because every painting, photograph or movie uses light to tell a story. And some stories are more beautifully told than others. Is the light source hard or soft? Is the source positioned high or low? (Light positioned at a low level creates upward […]
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Today is the last day of my exhibit in New York. Time has gone so fast. From Robin Rice Gallery it moves to the wonderful Iris Gallery in Boston and Aspen. My images will hang in the Boston Gallery this summer–perfect for an exhibit with water and sky. As I reflect on the months (and […]
I believe that creativity is a practice like brushing, flossing, or exercising. For those who want a refresher, I have created a class called Jumpstart Your Creativity that takes place at my studio on June 8-10, 2012. It is two-plus days of exploration around the ways we are or can be creative. Everyone is creative. […]
I will be teaching a class called How to Take Better Pictures. It will be held at PCNW in Seattle from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m on Saturday, April 21. No experience is necessary. I will be talking about design, composition, lens choice, natural light and working with people. Good to polish your skills prior to […]
Here is an upcoming class for winter term at PCNW in Seattle: How to use your dedicated flash (speed light) to take great photos for travel, sports, outdoor portraiture and weddings. This is a three-part class on Wednesdays January 18 and February 1, 2012 from 6-9 PM and one Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 1-4 […]
If the world’s economic problems are getting you down, consider taking a personal journey of learning. It costs far less than a vacation and you will invest in skills you can use for for a lifetime. Here are some offerings for fall: ABC’s of Beautiful Light at PCNW Wednesday evenings beginning September 21. This course […]