my favorite mornings: mid november, hazy light, frosted leaves. we were outside in the fog before the sun was fully in the sky and we could see our breath, thick in the air like smoke.… Continue reading
opening doors that may or may not be meant for us; walking through webs in search of small slivers of light shining in through broken window panes; the smell of decay and peeling… Continue reading
i shot the wedding of these two beautiful souls back in the day and now they have a bun in the oven and when i photographed them, this day was cloudy and the light was… Continue reading
these three with their bare feet and their chickens and their love.
in the year twenty-fourteen, i wore matching socks twice, fake-prayed in a church in a small mexican village and tried to ride a 400 pound sea turtle in hawaiian waters; learned how to cook sausage on… Continue reading
five was 365 days of blue and gold: it was dribbling a soccer ball around the kitchen and polishing rocks with your nana; it was building spaceships with legos, experimenting in the kitchen… Continue reading
++and above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. those who don’t believe in magic will never find… Continue reading
sauvie island on an october day: searching for owl pellets, gathering leaves, climbing trees, throwing apples, finding light, chasing snakes, catching frogs, watching the clouds move across the sky…the magic is everywhere.
there is nothing quite like a cabin on a lake in the thick of summer…the idaho mornings with coffee on the deck, the hot afternoons by the water, the evenings with the skies on… Continue reading