After roughly two years since the initial Covid-19 related shutdowns in the U.S., it’s become apparent that this thing may be with us for a while. I’ve decided to turn my attention towards acquiring the skills and equipment needed to teach photography online. I’ve been trying to make the most of the Covid-related downtime by revamping the blog/site while working on a portfolio of solid images for sale as stock, fine-art pieces, and illustrations for an upcoming series of books and online classes for photographers.
I still have much to learn and do to launch and build an online community dedicated to helping and supporting each other as photographers. Getting serious about maintaining a robust online presence by blogging and engaging on social media is an excellent start.
I’ve wanted to do this for some time now. After 30+ years in the business, I love the idea of sharing a career’s worth of tips and resources with fledgling creatives who wish to improve their craft as well as for those who want to launch or expand their photography careers.
Check the ‘About Me’ page for a brief bio and more about my teaching/consulting goals. Please feel free to contact me with ideas for blog posts, classes, and any questions you may have.
Looking forward to chatting and working with you.
Have a good one!
*** Unless otherwise noted (via a photo credit) all images posted on this site are mine. When I write, I often feature the work of other creatives. When that happens, I will credit the photographer just beneath the image itself, at the bottom of the published piece, or in the acknowledgment section (books/articles).
Off to the next thing…
Have a wonderful, happy day!
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