Thoughts on TFP

Mentally, it’s hard being a creative that makes a living off of their art and runs a business based around it. While I consider myself VERY fortunate to be able to create art through photography for a living, it does get difficult separating business and fun sometimes. It also makes it hard to gain inspiration…

143rd Preakness Stakes

Last Saturday I covered Preakness for the first time. I’ve covered horse racing before, usually the Hunt Cup, but never Preakness. This time I was on assignment for The Baltimore Business Journal. *Do not share, publish, or use photos without permission.  This year jockey Mike Smith and Kentucky Derby winner Justify won Preakness which makes the…

I Have an Intern!

Yes, you read that correctly. I have been trusted to teach and mold the mind of a youth. Jedi training has begun. Kyle Andercyk is an EMF major at Towson U, my 2x alma mater. I’ve known him for quite sometime and have always loved his enthusiasm and support for the creative arts. His positivity…

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…