Posts Categorized: observations

Bend Oregon Photographer: The Art of the Selfie!

Selfies.  Ugh!  Even the name coined for them is irritating.  Ok, maybe I’m just being grumpy.  But, really, if I see one more picture of a girl in a bathroom doing the duck face I’m going to punch someone in the neck! That being said, a popular way for a lot of current photographers to… Read more »

Beardsly McBearderson!

Ok, so I have to admit, I’m a little slow on the uptake. In pretty much any of life’s endeavors I always seem to be a bit behind the curve in letting things sink in. Its my own fault. I’m a procrastinator. On the bright side I’m not a complete idiot and consequently I do… Read more »

Central Oregon photographer: Simplification!

So I was reading an op-ed piece by David Brooks of the New York Times entitled Living south of the Haimish Line. The basic concept had to do with the Yiddish word haimish. The essence of which is warmth, domesticity, and unpretentious conviviality. In other words someplace happy and comfortable. He tied it to simplicity… Read more »

Central Oregon high school senior photography: Whew!

Whew! Did I say that already? This week, along with my partners at Studio 3 I’m making promotional videos. So keep your eye on ijk Productions website in the coming weeks. Many thanks to Tyler the talented brother of my partner Tambi whose shooting and editing the footage for us. Today he shadowed (stalked) me… Read more »

Central Oregon photographer: IT’S ALIIIIIVVVVVVVE!!!!!!!

That’s right, the new website and blog is alive and kicking baby! And to commemorate this historic and epic event I’m giving you the opportunity to win fabulous prizes just by going to the new site and booking a session with me. Here’s the deal: The first high school senior to book with me will… Read more »