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…

Lily Flower

Today was one of those November days where you look outside and it looks cold but it’s actually a pretty balmy 68 degrees outside, maybe even 70 in direct sunlight. I’m not complaining. Ten years ago there would have already been snow on the ground. Lily was today’s model. We met randomly¬†on my twenty-fifth birthday…