Tag: Photography

Eight years ago I designed the above artwork titled “Lighten Up (A New Perspective)” with Pixelmator. I had lots of creative energy my Freshmen year in college. I didn’t need a reason to create. I created for the sake of creating. Being creative made me happy. I loved creating and sharing my work on Facebook. […]

Kara and I just took some new profile photos at Castroville Regional Park. I have the same profile photo on my social media accounts since 2015; Kara thinks it is time for me to update. I agree with her. I must stay current. Though I do not choose my profile photo lightly since I will […]

I’ve been to the Texas State Capitol a few times in my life. The first time was the most exciting. I was 10 and had a limited concept of government. The Texas State Capitol was merely a new place for me to visit. It was big, it was grand, and I found it very hard […]

When asked if I’m a photographer I typically respond, “Well I have 100,000 photos on my camera roll.” You see, I recognize that there are better photographers out there. They’ve mastered the art of manual settings. They know how to compose an image, not just capture what they see. My style is point and shoot. […]

While many were out trick-or-treating, I stayed home in a dark room intently focused on a glowing rectangular window. That’s how I usually spend Halloween. Actually, I spend most Friday nights, weekends, holidays and evenings that way too. The Evil Queen stares at mirrors, I stare at glowing windows in dark rooms. Muahaha Okay, I’ll confess… while […]

I started a new YouTube series called the “Camera Roll Vlog”. Every day I hope to release a new video that includes video clips and photos from my camera roll. I’ll either set these clips to music or talk about them. The format is freeform. I don’t promise anything. The point is simply to create […]