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On my recent trip east I was able to catch up with a bunch of friends.  In this case it was Nick and Martha and their two adorable little ones – Adrien and Lili.  These were all captured on our stroll back from a delicious brunch in Brooklyn.

I’ve got some cute cousins.  Well, I guess they’re cousins once removed since they’re the kids of my cousins.  I was blessed to put together a last-minute flight east for work that had me back in Pennsylvania for Thanksgiving and I couldn’t be more thankful for being able to spend a few hours with these […]

I decided to try a new technique while visiting the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden in SE Portland with my good – and oh so patient – friend, Gina.  I was completely unaware of the process but had to Google it after seeing an incredible portrait of Alec Baldwin by photographer Sam Hurd.  The technique is […]

Portland’s cherry blossoms in Tom McCall Waterfront Park, right next to the Willamette River, are a rite of Spring here, a prelude of the beauty to come from an Oregon Summer. I managed to catch these last week during a rare break from the omnipresent Spring rains. We’ve had some unusually heavy showers since then […]

A bunch of friends have gotten together and formed our own “dinner club,” of sorts.  I put dinner club in quotes because ours is a much looser interpretation than my dinner clubs of past, with many more guests and usually much less formality.  Since the Academy Awards were this past weekend, though, we decided to […]

Here’s a quick review of my favorite photographs from 2011. Compiling the list made me realize that my archive, at some point this year, crossed the 100,000 exposure threshold. Henri Cartier-Bresson famously said, “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst” and I can certainly attest to that. I’d say that the digital corollary extends that […]

To get you ready for the weekend I thought I’d share a few snapshots from my camping trip last weekend. A few friends headed out to Fort Stevens State Park, known as much for the wreckage of the Peter Iredale as for the fortress that used to guard the mouth of the Columbia River. It […]