Portrait Story : Brett

Yesterday I had the pleasure of photographing Brett. I randomly met him last week at Light City and liked his look, so here we are. My photo concepts always start with a color palette and stem from there; bright colors, primarily colors and complementary colors really make my portraits stand out. I came across this…

Light City 2k18

Light City came and went really fast this year. Most of the week was freezing but we had a few nice weather nights. I got to take some portraits of friends as well as do some work too. The installations this year were great, though I do wish some of the ones from last year…

Minimalism w/Color

Lately I’ve been really attracted to using color palettes to create a minimalist visual which just means nothing but my subject and color. I love having a “pop” of an unusual color in photos that would otherwise seem lackluster. People underestimate how a simple primary color or secondary color can elevate a portrait from nice…

Double Exposure in Post

For the past week and a half I’ve been playing around on this iPhone app called Enlight Photo Fox. It’s gotten me a lot of great feedback on my socials and I’m happy that so many of you have been asking me questions and complimenting my work. I’ve been watching tutorials and putting a lot…

Museum as a Backdrop

A few friends and I braved the rain and cold to trek down to Washington, DC to take each other’s portraits at the Hirschhorn Museum. Museums are wonderful places to shoot. They are always changing, typically have beautiful architecture and lighting, and offer unique perspectives for otherwise straight forward portraits. Most museums allow photos, especially…

Fog Rolls Over Baltimore

Today I woke up. Outside looked like the inside of a dream. Lately, we’ve had freezing cold weather but some rain brought in high temperatures resulting in thick clouds of fog all over the city. I LOVE fog. It’s beautiful and completely transforms the landscapes that you’re used to seeing everyday. I couldn’t see three…