I miss being a kid and perhaps using photography the old me channels the young me. With this shoot, I was trying to capture the imagination of youth that seems to dissipate with age. Or maybe I was just trying to have fun with a cardboard box and fog machine. Let me know which you … Continue reading Thinking outside the box, inside the box.
Revisit, Reset, Rewards and Regrets
Revisit This photoshoot, from earlier this summer, was an unintentionally stressful day. Spending time photographing Helen Mills is usually one of the best joys in life and this shoot was supposed to be the same. Unfortunately, my eagerness to experiment was to be its undoing. At least that’s how I felt in the days and … Continue reading Revisit, Reset, Rewards and Regrets
Aaron Ward Class of 2021!
With the weather starting to turn cold, it was nice to get in a senior photoshoot on a lovely weekend before everything freezes. Unrelated, but it should be known that I hate cold weather. Aaron is related to a friend I go way back with so it was my pleasure to take his senior photos. … Continue reading Aaron Ward Class of 2021!
Stop the presses
The story of one hometown newspaper printer and how it portends the fate of an industry By Emma Ea AmbrosePhotos by Morgan Joy Woodard and Daniel O'Donnell THAT’S ALL FOLKS. The decree is written in big block letters on the wall calendar in packing manager Randy LaGuire’s office. It marks the final day of the … Continue reading Stop the presses
Exploring and Modeling in Abandoned Indiana
In this world of Instagram, Facebook photographer groups and YouTube tutorials, it's hard to see my work as unique. I want to take photos that no one has done before, but how is that possible when everyone has a high quality camera in their pocket and the ability to share their art instantaneously? With fall's … Continue reading Exploring and Modeling in Abandoned Indiana
Serendipity with Bobbie Jean
A little while ago an opportunity popped up to use Second Level Studios and I jumped at the chance to give it a try! Not only that, one of my favorite people to shoot was available to go with... until the night before when an unexpected conflict arose. This meant I had to search for … Continue reading Serendipity with Bobbie Jean
When the sun goes down the world changes and mundane locations become extraordinary. Exploring late one night I stumbled onto a cool spot and brought fellow night owl, Alisa, to investigate with me. We enjoyed what the city offered after everyone else had gone to bed and took a few photos while we were at … Continue reading After Midnight
Glamour and Grit in Lafayette
I should probably put my best foot forward for my first post on this site and with the help of Kaitlyn, I think we'll accomplish that without any issue. Now I'll be frank, I am just dipping my toes into photographing people and I have been researching like crazy to learn what to do and … Continue reading Glamour and Grit in Lafayette