Photography is great for telling stories and the story we get this week is one we all understand.
Kat couldn’t be home for her birthday so we followed her to work
Spring is here and we find that an excellent reason for avoiding the censorship that says people over 60 can’t have the same fun as everyone else.
Building from last week’s series, we explore the effects of texture on overlayed waveforms and the results are amazing!
When someone doesn’t fit society’s definition of male or female we often censor the parts of their identity we don’t understand.
Kat’s hair color has changed again, and a bunch of other stuff didn’t happen!
We take the next step in our waveform experiments, creating a different aesthetic
An introduction to the darkness and restrictions of censorship
A return to classic form 30 years after my first encounter with the man who defined fashion photography.
Rankin/Bass got it all wrong. We’ve uncovered the real origin story if Jolly Old St. Nick and his dear wife
Learning how to fly does not require an airplane as much as it does the willingness to spread one’s wings.
After months of waiting, photos from our Rick Owens-inspired Brown Paper Project have been published, which means we can share the full set with you!
The record of Kat’s ever-changing hair color starts here
I had wanted to shoot outdoors. My concepts and planning were for outdoor editorial. Mother nature had other ideas.
Why do photographers take pictures? Do we enjoy what we do or do our actions come despite the inherent risks and aggression? Perhaps it’s both.
Taking pictures in the middle of the night isn’t for everyone, but Rachel Williamson did it and the results were quite impressive. Take a look!
Women are our strength, our backbone, and our source of life. Yet, when do we take the time to stop and say thank you? This is the day to do so.