Thank you, Bailey

Thank you, Bailey

When you go on the internet and scroll through the feed you would think that Armageddon is coming. The 24/7 news hyperbole is in full swing and it’s so easy to get caught up in this end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it mentality. Doom and gloom preachers all get their five minutes to spread falsehoods and innuendoes. The demand is [...]

From the road

From the road

Most of my blog posts are quite long. This year, I have been extremely busy working on my new books (yes, there are two in the works), developing my brand new Visual Poet Experience - PRO program and working on the Medium Format Magazine. The last two weeks were especially challenging as gloomy and dark [...]

Unpacking the Visual Environment and Making It Your Own

Unpacking the Visual Environment and Making It Your Own

On our last trip to Montana, I was shooting inside an old Victorian hotel with creaking wooden floors and walls painted pastel earth colours. In one room, the old range sat rusting beside a window. The place was full of photographic opportunities; outside the windows old log cabins sat in the snow. In fact, it [...]

SUMMARY OF 2019 AND THE TOP 10 IMAGES OF THE YEAR (Part 1)

SUMMARY OF 2019 AND THE TOP 10 IMAGES OF THE YEAR (Part 1)

It’s been a productive but visually quite unexpected year. This became clear after spending the last few days picking the top 10 images of 2019. As many of you know, I try to do this every year. The longer I do it, the more convinced I am that it brings tremendous insights to my photography [...]