Seeking Inspiration

Growing up, I would spend hours in my room listening to different songs, visualizing moving stories, scenes, people and images. 

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Stop Fighting Shit That's Not Working

The lesson here? Stop standing in your own damn way and stop fighting the shit that’s not working. 

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Do This: VSCO (you'll thank me later)

I love instagram as a social platform, for sharing, connecting, showcasing. But for shooting, editing and processing photos it is terrible

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Learning To See

Guess what? Being "creative" and having a "talent" for capturing great images ins't some unique gift bestowed onto via the universe. Its something you need to learn to wake up and pay attention to, to begin to see again. 

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#BeyondTheSelfie: The Art of Self Portraiture
Havana Street Photography: Look At Me!

Last march I set out on a mission: to work up the courage to take a stranger's photograph! I dabbled slowly into the world of street photography, working in small increments of challenge

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10 Ways To Kill Your Creative Project

Ultimately the demise of my project has been a result of inaction on my part. I got frustrated with what I was creating and as a result I stopped trying

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Beyond the Selfie: The Art of Self Portraiture

Failure. An interesting concept. One that we know is required to push us forward and leads to other wins down the line but can often stop us in our tracks rendering us immobile. So where was my internal dialogue telling me that "every failure leads to something?!"

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Havana Street Photography: Get In Close

Photography is a lesson in confidence. It can easily be misinterpreted as a passive hobby, where one simply sits back and waits, snapping away and creating magic. However, without the confidence and the "balls" to actively go for it you will walk away disappointed

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Food: Deconstructed

A while a go I undertook (well actually failed to complete) a 100 day project (blog post re: failure can be found here) where I decided to focus on learning to take better food photos with my iphone.

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Havana Street Photography: Environmental Candids

Havana is an overwhelming cacophony of sensory input. The sights, the sounds, the smells (oh my were there smells...) can be overpowering at times, leaving you standing still like a deer in the headlights

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Get Over Your Gear: iphoneography

'll admit it, I'm kinda addicted to this "I need my DSLR" crutch/excuse when it comes to shooting. I am really trying to move past that and embrace the idea that "the best camera is the one you have on you at the time" mantra

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