Winter Wonderland

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Riverfront Park located in downtown Spokane Washington is a photographer’s joy capturing beautiful images throughout our different seasons.

Water and Oil Abstract

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Had fun with oil, water and food coloring today. I’m always amazed with the beauty that is created by using everyday items around my house.

First Senior Portraiture Session In The Books

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Joe gave me the opportunity of a lifetime, he’s my first Senior Portraiture client. He’s an amazing young man and I had so much fun photographing him….. Thank you Joe.

Lessons learned while photographing watch for hand placement and posing…. practice will only make me better.

Wild Poppies

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poppyGordon (my camera) and myself took a stroll together through the neighborhood and captured wild flowers,  I loved the poppies that were growing randomly in a yard that we passed by so I could help but capture their beauty.

As a photographer, I am really trying to explore my editing skills in multiple programs and just letting my artistic skills grow.  There are times that one image can take on so many forms that I find I struggle with what image I like the most.  I guess that is the hardest thing for an artist to deal with and I beginning to think your first instinct is actually the best…. DON’T OVER THINK YOUR ART