When I first started my journey in photography, I would photograph nearly every job I was approached with. Special events, birthday parties, business head shots, in addition to the usual weddings and portraiture. I wanted to soak up my art and have exposure to every situation possible. I’ve learned that while that was great when […]
I was a huge ball of nerves waiting for the email, but when it came, I was an emotional mix of shocked and excited. “Congratulations! Your submission has been accepted to Burnett’s Boards via Two Bright Lights.” My first submission resulted in my first publication. Elation ensued! It is a hugggeee step, submitting your work […]
As promised on Wednesday’s post, the Garofalo’s story. I met Kristie and Jason the same way I met many of the families I have photographed, while caring for their precious babes during my time teaching at the Goddard School. Simply put, they are amazing parents. I’ve never seen a father so smitten with his daughter, […]
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