I was recently in South Beach Miami and had the chance to photograph the awesome Art Deco style of the area. Every building had it’s own twist to the style making it really fun to photograph. The other fun element was that many of the buildings kept their style going inside as well, which you don’t always see these days. Read more
There is something I just love about a simple photo. In a way when there is less to look at I’m drawn in to ask more questions about the angle of the photograph, the colour choice, the lines and so on.
This taxi ride was full of energy, they must have been heading to see the Nutcracker. 🙂 As I’m sure you can guess from the yellow taxi this was shot in NYC and during “Santacon“. Unfortunately I wasn’t aware of this Santacon event before arriving and also didn’t know it was only one day because I was ready to participate the following day!
New York city…just love this city! I had never been to NYC during the Christmas season so the one day snow storm was PERFECT to bring out the Christmas spirit! I’ve always loved this city for the energy and the fast pace but it was amazing how the snow could silence the environment. I’ve never seen Central Park so quiet it was just waiting for sweet moments to materialize.
A little longer blog post for this one as I just had my 15 seconds of fame this past Wednesday at my first photography gallery exhibit! What a great experience! Just like printing your own work brings another level to the art, seeing your work hanging up in a gallery brings you to a whole other level. Now for the story behind the photos. Read more
I just returned from visiting Boston for the first time and wow, what a city! I would highly recommend Boston to anyone, great people, awesome architecture, a rich history and just a lot of fun.
So that brings me to the photos. What to shoot, what series could I work on and what ferocious photos could I pull out of Boston? These were some of the questions entering my mind which I really did not have answers for. At the end of the day I followed my gut and shot what felt right. For me, Boston was really all about the energy in the streets, the unique brownstone buildings and awesome little shops. I was shooting digital but only in black and white, which gave a whole new experience to the shooting. First I love black and white, especially when it comes to street photography but seeing the photo in BW on the back on my Fujifilm X20 screen as I was shooting was great.