Friday, August 15, 2008

Today we shot in a beautiful home two beautiful children for one of Vanderbilt Magazines.  Felt good to be out.  My assistant comes bright and early marveling over the sweet smelling air of the morning.  Draggin' butt now tho.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Another day in front of the computer.  Seems like all I do is move images around.  I mostly did office work and emailed quite a bit. Oh and checked out this link.  I got an education on this site as well as the photographers site. 

I discovered these thru Readers Digest.  

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Well I did get out and I shot for my show which will be next year in July at the Centennial Gallery.  I am exploring different places of worship.  I found that every time I went out of the country I was drawn to the cathedrals, small village churches and temples.  I questioned myself why I don't do this in Nashville.  We have so many of them.  To quote  mother of another photographer I have recently met, "there must be a lot of sinners in the Nashville.  There is a church on every corner". Boy do I know it and it can be off putting but I do get satisfaction and comfort being in them. Even though it is not the only place I get a connection to the spiritual part of me I seem to get it in most the old Catholic churches-childhood memories I suppose contribute to the feeling of ease, security and comfort.   In doing this project I want to allow myself the time to enjoy, relax, and connect. Who knows. My best work may come of it.  

Today I did some visiting with my dear friend Donna.  She is the "wind beneath my wings" when I need comforting, connection, hope and love.  Thank you Donna.

Here is one of her most special contributions to our world.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Two days straight

It is two days straight with hardly a break from this computer working on upgrading old imagery for a new site I hope to have up and out shortly.  It is grim sometimes and sometimes exciting.  I would love to be outside shooting now, but I have so many images that have never seen the light of day and must post them in some way.  So I am taking a break to play and share with anyone interested about my latest images that has me glad I am a photographer.  It was on a job for Readers Digest in Michigan where I met a beautiful little girl and her grandfather. This was a very innocent moment.  The light was wonderful and the little girl was amazing.  

I love working with children before the age of 6.  They are their most authentic.  

Thursday, August 7, 2008