Thrilled to share the news that my next book, Photography for Writers, is now available for pre-order! Check out this AWESOME video that Vine Leaves created, featuring my book and some of my photography.
Super excited for my next book, Photography for Writers, which will be published this November. Stay tuned!
That holding the first author copy feeling! 💕🔥📝📷😭😍💡
I’m now offering free shipping on orders of $35 or more which, to give you an idea, would be one 8 x 10 print or two 5 x 7 prints of your choice.
I’ve also added six of my favorite recent shots I’ve taken, such as these.
A new series featuring utilitarian objects that have had great meaning in my life has been published today at The Local Train Magazine.
To catch the first five photos in the series that I started this spring, please visit the magazine link above. More to follow in this series! Stay tuned. ;)
Below, one of my favorites, “Sugar Bowl Smile.”
I’m pleased to announce that another photo from my In the Green series, “Springs Eternal,” has been published today at Fourth & Sycamore.
One of my historical-themed triptych photos is being featured this week at the Instagram Artist Spotlight at High Shelf Press, which also published it in Issue IV. Check it out!
I also posted a brand-new photo and quote from my Sunday-evening golden-hour amble. Enjoy!
Thrilled that another photo from my In the Green series appears at Fourth & Sycamore today.
I took this photo during a very fun afternoon walk with the darling nieces and my marvelous sister while visiting Missouri.
The flower was taller than yours truly, which caught my attention. The dancing sunlight on the petals and path also appealed to me.
"Bright Symphony," another photo from my In the Green series, was published today at Fourth & Sycamore.
Four photos were also published today at High Shelf Press, including this fanciful windmill.
Pleased to announce that a portfolio of my work has been featured in issue 5 of Barren Magazine. Including this shot:
A photo from my In the Green Series, “Three Clover Keys,” has just been featured today at Fourth & Sycamore.
In the series, I highlight at least one element of the color green in each photo. :) This can be a really fun exercise to give a whirl, both for writers and photographers. To begin: pick a color and integrate it into one element of the next scene, poem, or photo you take. Challenge yourself to include the color in the next three or four pieces you create, altering saturation, hue, or word-descriptors of the shade as you go. Making a series from color-connected pieces is a snap after that.