Named one of’s featured photographers – summer 2010

Issues + Concpets work.
Issues + Concepts work.

Just named one of’s featured photographers – summer 2010 (conceptual photographers). Thanks and congratulations to the other photographers. buyer’s page

PhotoShelter has worked out great for presenting and delivering client jobs, all with my corporate branding. The service also acts as an archive and front end for stock sales.

Welcome iPhone+iPad viewers

My website as an iPhone
My website as an iPhone

I’m pleased to announce that my websites (portfolio, archive+stock, and blog) are now fully accessible on iPhones/iPads.

For you super fans, you can even save my website as an app style button for your iPhone/iPad’s homepage.

On the iPhone/iPad, visit my site: Click the “+” button on the bottom of the screen. Click the “Add to homepage” button to create an “app” style button. Now my website is only a click away!

If you’d like to convert your own website to an iPhone button, here’s how:

How to create an iPhone “app” style button of your site:

How to save a website as an iPhone button:

Making things personal: Creative Faces

Illustrator Vivienne Flesher.
Illustrator Vivienne Flesher.

In order to keep the creative mojo working, I like to photograph personal projects. It allows me to photograph subjects that mean something to me or to try out new techniques.

This portrait of illustrator Vivienne Flesher was one of the many portraits I did over the years of the Western Art Director’s Club annual West Coast Show judges. The judges ranged from art directors, designers, illustrators, and photographers.

I decided to take a more personal approach to the portraits. I wanted to make a quieter, more introspective portrait of some very creative people.

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