Category Archives: re: Photography

I heard this morning about Harold Balazs and thought back on the afternoon I spent with him and his wife Rosemary. In 2014 I’d been asked to photograph Harold for a magazine piece from our shared alma mater. I didn’t know much about him then, other than by the countless number of installations he’d done […]

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“This is what I wish people would have taught me. Not just the technical part of making a picture but what is going on in your mind to put you there. This is the important stuff.”  -Kyle Green There are lot of photography blogs out there… this one gives you a glimpse into other photographers’ […]

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One of my students turned my onto this color IQ test that basically tells you how accurately you are observing the world.  See what you can score. I got a 3, which means my eyes are still working.  

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In Seattle University’s most recent magazine is a four-page spread of donors who have given back to their school. The photo was the idea of Seattle University photographer Chris Taylor and we worked together to build this image from seven different separate photographs made over the course of a day. We weren’t able to coordinate […]

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