Tag: fine art photographer

Tethered

I always want to be there for the people I care about, but I can’t help but feel like my hands are tied and I can’t fix anything and I’m drowning in my own misery. It’s almost as if everything is chosen for me, like fate or destiny, and it drags me down and I…

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I’ve Been Hoarding Art

It’s not black and white.  I thought I had to define myself with one thing. People said have a niche so you can stand out. Find something you love and stick to it. But what happens when passions change and curiosities grow?  I did conceptual photography for a few years, it was my therapy. But…

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Experimental Portraiture

Lately, I’ve been so in love with shooting portraits. Which might be a little strange, considering that with my conceptual work I tend to hide faces. I separate the two because I’ve always felt like with conceptual images it should be about the story, not what the person looks like. I almost have two different…

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I Hate Everything I Create

I can’t wait to look back over the last year and a half and laugh at how my work has taken a deep, deep plunge. I haven’t been able to create like I used to, I haven’t been able to write like I used to, I hate almost everything I create, and I’m just stuck. I…

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