Monthly Archives June 2011

It’s been some time since Viet Duc, but the murky vignettes of broken needles on a dirty floor and doctors conducting open surgery without gloves still haunt me to this day through my photographs. When I was a beginning photographer, I volunteered for American Veteran Dr. Dan Berliner and documented the Viet Duc ICU in […]

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As an aspiring photographer, one of the most important things you can do is to get your work out there. And there’s no better way to gain exposure than to join photography contests. It can be really difficult to keep track of the hundreds of contests running simultaneously at any time. I was searching for […]

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For someone who jumped headfirst into the world of Facebook and Twitter, I struggled with social media ROI. Does my investment of time yield any real return for my photography business? To that, I say yes – social media allows me to connect with people I wouldn’t have otherwise known and enabled me to stay […]

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In another post, I talked about how I’ve had a problem with my back for some time – my hips were literally locked and my booty-shaking abilities were seriously compromised. Thanks to my regular trips to my chiropractor – I am able to dance freely again. Watch this video of me in a samba dance […]

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Every year, thousands travel from all over the world to Black Rock City to rejoice in the freedom of expression at Burning Man. In the desert, your bike is pretty much your best friend. I took this photograph during my first year at the festival and I wanted to capture the great vibe of the […]

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