Posts tagged with Kansas

  1. My experience as a photographer at the Mountain West Conference tournament

    16 Mar 2015

    A majority of my week was spent in Las Vegas and mostly inside the Thomas and Mack Center. I was there to document the Mountain West Conference tournament for the conference itself. It was the first time I’ve ever been given all-access to an event and I cannot explain how…

  2. Photo of the Week, Vol. 6

    17 Feb 2015

    Astrophotography has always been a special interest of mine and luckily for me and other photographers my age we’re not working with film, meaning we get instant results and can play around with different concepts at essentially no cost. I started doing astrophotography a few years back in Northern Michigan…

  3. Photo of the Week, Vol. 5

    11 Feb 2015

    My Photo of the Week, Vol. 5 isn’t exactly a technically or artistically challenging image but it is a look into what I do on a daily basis. For the past two years I’ve been as close to the University of Kansas athletics as you can be, photographing everything from…

  4. Photo of the Week, Vol. 4

    03 Feb 2015

    Last weekend I got together with Annie and Chris for an engagement session on a beautiful sunny afternoon in downtown Kansas City. We started out at the Guild, an incredible event space with an absolutely gorgeous chandelier right smack dab in the middle of a spacious room. Mackenzie, my assistant…

  5. Photo of the Week, Vol. 3

    25 Jan 2015

    I love light, heck, my two cats’ names are Lux and Lucius, two different ways to say “light” in Latin. I look forward to everytime I get to work with lights because it reminds me of trying to solve a critical thinking problem – I have this idea in my…

  6. Photo of the Week, Vol. 1

    08 Jan 2015

    2015 is a big year for many my age. Many people I’ve gotten to know and work with over the past four years were students at the University of Kansas and have since moved on to new jobs and places. For me, it’s no different. I’ve completed my degree in…

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