Category: Documentary Projects

Choosing a Photo Project You Can Commit to

The past 12 months or so just happened to be all about projects. I love how they keep me accountable for documenting all the important stuff happening around me. I really just wanted to give up the desperate feeling of where my next client was coming from and whether they like my style and to […]

Documentary Photo Project of the Fairtrade Sugar Industry in Belize

I’m a documentary family photographer. Most of my work is with families, in their homes, documenting their lives. And I really, really love it. But every once in a while, I have this irresistible urge to go. To leave the country and photograph something completely out of my day to day. My husband calls it […]

Documentary of a Husband’s Record Collection – 7 Day Challenge

After July’s 7 Day Storyteller’s Challenge, Meghann’s #preserved story stood out to me. She chose to photograph a subject other than little ones… her husband. Ok, hold on… I’m hearing the sound of the record scratch. (post pun intended, ha) I’m adding this, because I know you’re going to ask: Yes, you may photograph your little […]

Making Pictures of Guilty Pleasures, Security, and Comfort

I’m guilty of comforting myself with bad food and too much wine. I’ve squandered money for the all-too-brief comfort of a superficial purchase and have bitten my fingernails until they bled. I’ve also given myself the gift of daily meditation, nightly foot rubs, and exotic smelling candles that transport me to another place when I […]

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