September 2011 Monthly Archive
September 30, 2011
For anyone in the Lawrence, KS area, my work will be displayed at the Lawrence Art Party for Final Fridays night from 5-9pm. The Lawrence Art Party will be held at 716 New Hampshire Street in the Hobbs Gallery. Come say hi. There should be plenty of interesting artwork on display.
September 23, 2011
I feel incredibly lucky today. I had a great time doing street photography in Kansas City yesterday, and this morning I couldn’t sleep. Fortunately, I took advantage of the opportunity. I grabbed my bag and decided to see if I could catch the sunrise over the Kansas River and I’m very pleased with the results.
September 23, 2011
Some amazing light in downtown Kansas City.
Yesterday turned out to be a big street photography day for me. I got some shots in Kansas City, attended a talk by a street/documentary photographer and asked my first stranger if I could take his picture.
September 18, 2011
A trip to the Kansas State Fair
One of the things that comes out of having a passion for photography is that it motivates me to do things I would otherwise have no interest in. The desire to take photos is overwhelming enough to make me want to drive three hours to Hutchinson, KS to visit the State Fair.
September 11, 2011
The legendary Leica M3
As a street photographer, I have often felt descriptions of Leica cameras compelling. It’s impossible to study the history of street photography without coming across numerous mentions of Leica cameras as the camera of choice for street and documentary photographers. Recently I was able to use an operate a Leica M camera for the first time. While my time handling the camera was brief, it was an even more pleasant experience than I had imagined it would be.
September 10, 2011
My friend Phillip and his son trying out the bow and arrow.
Since moving away from my hometown of Wichita to attend collage at KU, I’ve seen less and less of some of my old friends. So this year for my birthday I decided to give two of my best friends from high school a call to see if they wanted to come to Lawrence and have lunch. Fortunately, they both agreed and we had a nice time. And because it was my birthday, I gave myself to take pictures the whole time (as if there was an another option). My friend Phillip now has three adorable children, one of which just loves getting his picture taken.