Roadtrip to Pawhuska
My mom and I spent some rare one-on-one time together driving an hour out of town to Pawhuska, Oklahoma. We were sojourning to
I love working with small businesses/non-profits and start ups - it's a sweet spot for me and a niche that I will always be passionate about. When a local client I had worked with in the past contacted me to help her with her brand from the ground up, I delightfully said yes. I updated her logo, gave her a slick new ecommerce website, and took photos of her beautiful handiwork.
I've been loving photography lately. I've been loving adventure too. The two work so well together. Like last week when we went off the beaten path during a camping trip and discovered this old abandoned farm house that was so mysterious and so alluring - I just had to go in and take photos.
I was recently contacted by Easy Canvas Prints to see if I'd like to try out their wrapped canvases for photos and art. I took them up on the offer and decided to print this photograph I took in my parent's backyard that I manipulated to achieve the popular and beautiful bokeh effect.