Do you like cloud spotting? I love it! As a child I spent countless hours lying on the lawn looking for shapes and patterns in the sky, and never really grew out of that fascination with what nature can create with only water droplets and ice crystals. My Dad used to teach me the names
I can’t tell you how excited I am to finally be able to share “Shallow Water” with you! Not only have I been working on these particular photos for the last 6 months – the entire series has been in the works for several years now. It all started with a picture I randomly took
Just released: two new prints in the Sandpipers collection! I just added two brand new images to the Sandpipers print collection. While my other Sandpiper prints are more still life-esque, these are action shots, captured as the adorable little birds were zooming back and forth at the edge of the water. They are so fast!
We’re still waiting to hear what Pantone will declare as their color of the year 2020, but several of the large paint companies have already announced theirs, and I LOVE (most of) their choices! A recurring theme is the need for calm and serenity and being able to unplug from the constant chaos and information
My “California Dreaming” lifeguard tower print is featured by Marnie Oursler! Have you ever watched the show Big Beach Builds on DIY Network? It features gorgeous beach houses in Bethany Beach, Delaware, restored or built from scratch by the super talented Marnie Oursler. I have long been a huge fan of both her work and
I know buying art online can be difficult, and having lots of different print options to choose from doesn’t make things any easier. To help sort things out, here are some facts about each of the print surfaces that I offer: Matte Fine Art Paper My favorite paper for every image. The fine art paper
I love gallery walls, and I’m thrilled to announce that gallery wall sets are now available in my store! It all started because this particular set became really popular on Pinterest and several people reached out and asked about the images, so I decided to make them a set. And then I made a few
This is kind of a long story… To be able to travel and live on photography full time was a dream of mine since I was a teenager. I was determined to not live a “normal life”, tied to one place. These days, when many are full time nomads, it doesn’t seem like such an