Witnessing an Evening of Resentment

After an incredibly long and cold winter in Chicago, and the third snowiest on record, it finally warmed up enough to allow me to entertain the thought that spring is indeed coming. It was Pi day, March 14. My wife was still at work and had just called to tell me that she would beContinue reading “Witnessing an Evening of Resentment”

Black and White Project: Day Seven

Micah is becoming a lot more clingy these days. I like it, mostly. It’s cute. He follows me all around the apartment, whimpering as he crawls along. I can’t put him in his pack and play because he constantly wants to be held. If he plays with his toys on the floor, it’s just aContinue reading “Black and White Project: Day Seven”

Photographing Grief: Voyeuristic or Empathetic?

I love photojournalism. As an always learning photographer, I am trying to notice what kind of pictures make the best stories. There are constant photo contests being run by different organizations and websites, and I love to look at the top picks of those contests. I have noticed, beyond landscape pictures, frequently the photos thatContinue reading “Photographing Grief: Voyeuristic or Empathetic?”