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The Road

June 21, 2017

“The Road goes ever on and on…” These words from J.R.R. Tolkien’s imagination have been running through my own mind lately. After all, it’s hard NOT to contemplate the twists and turns of life’s road while in a season of such transition and change! The concept of a journey or an adventure have settled in my […]

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Retro Sun

June 7, 2017

It’s officially summer. As you know, I have been scheduling a creative shoot each month of this year in order to stretch my artistic photography. If you’ve been keeping up with my previous projects, you will notice that they have all taken on a darker vibe. I’ve been trying to tap into the deeper emotions of my […]

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Vanitas

April 26, 2017

The Latin noun meaning “emptiness”, thus refering in this context to the view of fleeting earthly life and the worthless nature of all earthly goods and pursuits.” I have always been intrigued by the Vanitas style of art. These still-life paintings always seem to induce a gloomy contemplation of life and death, reminding the viewer […]

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The Garden Haunt

March 22, 2017

Welcome to The Garden Haunt. This is me cracking my creative knuckles and stretching my reach beyond my comfort zone. 2017 brought with it a new set of personal goals, including being more brave and proactive with my art. As a result, you will see one blog post a month that may be a little… […]

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The Window

March 1, 2017

I’ve been sitting on these pictures for a week now. You can’t imagine how hard that was for me! I had made the decision a while ago to begin pursuing my personal work more regularly. As a result, I have scheduled at least one personal shoot every month for the rest of 2017! The Window is my […]

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For as long as I can remember, Annabel Lee has been one of my favorite poems. Edgar Allan Poe had a way with words that was worthy of envy. He managed to induce the deepest of emotions in his readers with just a few, ingeniously stringed lines. I was one such moved reader, which is why I […]

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