Calm Imagery

Calm Imagery

Lately, I've noticed terms like "calm images" or "calming photography" or popping up in online searches. I think it makes sense, based on the rollercoaster so many of us have been through this the past year...years, actually. Hence, there's no surprise that we seek creative work that's more soothing and calming for the mind, body, [...]

Giving Thanks?

Giving Thanks?

Three Notes on November 24, 2020: Thoughts on "being thankful" this yearIdeas for photographing Thanksgiving in a time of COVID-19Remembering Freddie Mercury It's Thanksgiving week here in the U.S., a time when people acknowledge who they're thankful to and what they're thankful for. But this is 2020, a year that quite possible will help us [...]

On Stock Photography

On Stock Photography

What to consider if thinking of photographing for and submitting to stock photo agencies In this age of Covid-19 and like many other creatives, I've found myself without (as many?) projects, contracts, and assignments. As a portrait, editorial and event photographer I haven't been able to photograph people, outdoors or indoors, and definitely not inside [...]

How to Talk About Your Images

How to Talk About Your Images

Should you and (if yes) how to talk about your images, your creative work? The other day Facebook "reminded" me of a picture from a couple years ago, showing yours truly with her artwork at a gallery opening. Looking at it through the present Covid-19 lens, the image appeared to speak of a time long [...]