When I told my Dad yesterday morning that Laurie and I were going on a photo snowfari, he immediately quipped about it being a a little cold for outdoor boudoir. Funny Dad, real funny. While our shoots together these days are typically for Revealed, we try to make it a point to exercise our eye in other […]
Category Archives: Exploration
It was cold when I woke this morning, but gold light filtered through the windows. “I’ll take it,” I thought. The frigid, finger numbing, skin burning, cough inducing winter air is unpleasant, but so long as the sky’s not grey–100 shades of grey, I can deal. I suck it up. I layer. I wear two […]
I went to the rainforest Sunday. After a morning photo shoot and before Nebraska’s sad loss, some friends and I slipped away from the streets of Chicago that were slowly filling with a soft, white layer of snow into the Lincoln Park Conservatory. It was so warm and humid beneath the steamy, green canopy that big, […]
I can’t keep track of how many times I’ve heard “Chicago is the best city in the World…five months of the year.” It’s true, the winters are brutal. Come April and the first string of sunny days, we all crawl out of our head-to-toe winter coats and stand tense in the light, squinting like moles […]
Simple scenes like this are so moving to me. The light breaking through the mist…and the workers concentration at the end of the day.