The AIDS Memorial Quilt

Click Here for more photos of The AIDS Memorial Quilt. Last Sunday, right after shooting the family portrait we hiked all our gear over to the other side of the park where the AIDS Memorial Quilt was on display during AIDS Walk Atlanta. The headquarters of The Quilt is here in town – and actually […]

Family Portrait

Click here for the very small mini gallery. We shot our first ‘family portrait’ yesterday morning – in Piedmont Park – and it was really, really cold. Fortunately, it was bright and sunny and clear. This of course poses another problem – the sun – especially for us since we’re not ‘natural light’ photographers. Add […]

Light Box

I’m working with a few business owners and aside from taking their portraits – I’ve also been hired to shoot photos of their products. Of course there are a few different ways to shoot products, but one way that I hadn’t tried yet was a lightbox set up. Basically put the product in a white […]

Keep Shooting

Click HERE for the Pig Race & Corn Maze Gallery: I’m sure that I’ve crossed that line of annoying where ‘photographers talking about photography’ is as mind numbing as ‘actors talking acting’ – except actors would call it ‘the craft’ or use some other name that causes us to roll our eyes, hoping they notice […]

TEA Walk

CLICK HERE for the PHOTO GALLERY: I definitely learned a few things over the weekend while we shot the TEA Walk (Together Empowering Asian Americans) organized by the Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS). This was the first time I was determined to get a specific ‘shot’ – and didn’t get it. The photo […]

My Letter to Congress

Dear Congress, I am a 28-year-old graduate student living in Atlanta, GA. I grew up reading books – hundreds of books, because I loved to read. My family was middle-class, but not wealthy. They couldn’t afford to buy all the books I wanted to read, so I got my books at the public library. I […]