Call for Portfolio Subjects

After my workshop with Yan I have a fishbowl’s worth of ideas swimming around in my head regarding what I can do to take the Jenna Cole ship and point it in the direction that matches my vision and desires. I’ve hired Three Fifteen Design to give my site design a revamp, and as I […]

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Window Light and a Pop-up Studio

I’ve got two new posts up on Movable Media. The first aims to help you make better use of the window light in your house (what time of day should you take pictures near the different windows in your house?), and the second walks you through how to set up a quick little “studio” in […]

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Yan Fam Way Review

I purchased a spot at Yan Fam Way on a whim. I saw her short post about the workshop and purchased based on not much more than a love of her work and a fascination with her public persona.¬†As soon as I received confirmation that the payment had gone through a steady hum of anxiety […]

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A Long-Term Plan for Storing Childhood Art

My next post at New York Institute of Photography walks you through the process I’ve developed for dealing with the mountains of artwork that T1 brings home from preschool. I love it all, but was starting to feel like it was taking over our house!

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Taking Pictures in Small Wildflower Patches

I’m currently writing articles for the New York Institute of Photography and my first post went live this week! I used some photos from a portrait session in the bluebonnets of Texas a few years ago to talk about how you can maximize the wildflower patches you are able to scout this spring.   When […]

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