Earlier this year, I fulfilled a lifelong dream of traveling to Antarctica. Want to see stunning landscapes? Want to ogle penguins and cute baby seals? Want to know what moment almost made me drop my camera? Check out my photo essay of our trip to Antarctica here!
Looking back at 2022, I’m full of gratitude for adventures with so many wonderful humans and animals, a challenging and fun job with awesome coworkers, delicious food, and lots of love and silliness with my beloved. Happy New Year, all! May you have the energy and opportunity to follow your dreams. Here’s how my 2022 shaped up, in about one second a day.
What feeds your creative soul? For me, it’s playing with all kinds of media: art-making, paint-playing, collage-creating, ink-splattering, and note-scratching random fun. All the different forms feed my creativity with the camera, in graphic design, and more. So I took an art journaling class with Amie Oliver, and here’s what happened. Click on the video below for a little tour through two journals I’ve been working in over the last two months!
2,218 miles, 9 days, 11 states
I set out with the vague idea of capturing magic, whatever that might look like. And in this collection of photos, I share what is magic to me: the interconnection of all things. The bell shape of a flower is the bell shape of a ctenophore bioluminescent jellie. The lines of a granite quarry are echoed in the lines of bamboo photographed with intentional camera movement. A Beluga whale's fin is a Salem tombstone is a Japanese pagoda tucked in a nook of ferns. Echoes in shape, line, and color. Here's a look at what I found.