I recently got back a couple rolls of film that were shot on ultra mega expired film -- we're talking stuff I bought in college but just shot this summer! I enjoy the crazy grain that comes with the territory, but I tried to [...]
As you may've noticed, I'm hanging back from the internet this holiday weekend. I don't even want to know how many Facebook notifications I have, or how much catching up I have to do with my blog subscriptions and Flickr cont [...]
So, I may or may not have forgotten what day it is and this week's Caturday may or may not have snuck up on me. I may or may not have been drafting an entirely un-cat related post this morning and it may or may not have ended [...]
There's a whole lotta Cat vs. Foot battling on the ottoman in our home. See, the Usurper doesn't care whether she steals the fabric from under your seat or your feet. She'll take what she can get and make sure she stops to gl [...]
Franny is so notorious for seat-stealing (among other kinds of thievery) that Chris nicknamed her 'the Usurper.' Whether there's food on the table or you just got up for a bathroom break, it's not uncommon to come back and fi [...]
Yesterday I posted some of my first prints from college in response to World Photography Day, but made sure to hold off on the kitty shots until today.
All photos shot between 2006 and 2008. Some of these are scanned from p [...]
I heard a rumor it's supposed to warm up in Portland this weekend. I'm not getting my hopes up, but if we do hit the numbers that've been flying around then I'll definitely be joining Franny on that hardwood floor.
Happy C [...]
After the ceremony in Eureka I joined Ruth and Jeff in the Redwood forest to grab a few just-married photos before dashing off to the reception in McKinleyville. But first we stopped off at their Arcata digs to gather supplie [...]
This is the aforementioned shot that turned out surprisingly in focus. I wanted to shoot Braveheart doing more than just sitting there looking pretty, but as soon as I clicked the shutter I immediately felt that twinge of reg [...]