A Trip Through Time and Space

You have to completely forget about your comfort zone and do what needs to be done. The process may not be fun, enjoyable, or comfortable, but the results, as well as the story of the process will be incredible. Of all the things this world has to offer photography, my all-time favorite subject is the…

AisleFive Comes Out of Hibernation

Being a photographer means you are always aware of your surroundings and never leave home without a camera. Yeah, you almost always have your smartphone camera.  But, it is way more fun to look through the viewfinder, completely shutting out the rest of the world as you frame up your shot, and cycle through the settings to…

77 in February

77 degrees in February is quite an oddity.  When it happens, you better get outside and document it. That is exactly what my daughter, Izzy and I did.  We ventured off to the local playground to burn off some energy and take advantage of the incredible natural light we were given.  Subconsciously, I had strategically picked a red outfit for…

2017 Philippines: Chapter 3

A story of how culture and determination molded an artist and his dreams. Before leaving Bacolod, I had the incredible opportunity of catching the opening night of the “Dream Toys” art exhibit. “Dream Toys” is a collection of mud clay comic book figurines , created by Mark Juaniza.  When Juaniza was younger, he dreamt of having toys of…

2017 Philippines: Chapter 2

Continuing the act of giving to the city that our family built. Upon returning to the island of Negros, we ventured to Victorias City to hand out food, clothes, and school supplies to the children of a village. In the early 1900’s, what was then known as the town of Victorias was being dispersed from its…