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Best of 2017

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2017 was pretty great.

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Catching Up

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I'm hoping that these posts will become more regular in the very near future. I've had quite a bit going on and haven't had the time that I usually have to put towards this interaction. I've been settling into my new full time gig - it has been a great change, but a slightly different pace than I'm used to.

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Blue Jackets Development Camp, Part 2

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I've had quite a bit going on lately - new full time gig, maintaining freelance work, and new friends to shoot with for personal work. It has been great but when stuff starts piling up, sometimes you just have to pick and choose what you need to focus on.

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Blue Jackets Development Camp, Part 1

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This was the second year I was able to make it to the Blue Jackets Development Camp. My little project, where I decided to shoot some hockey on black and white film, really kicked off for me at last year's camp.

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Introducing: Adventures in Art

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This is a new thing for this blog. Periodically, I'm going to put together a little post about an artist, photographer, person of influence, whatever. Right now I'm thinking it'll happen once a month, but once it gets rolling it might happen more often than that. The content will vary but it will mostly be people that are inspire my work - for whatever reason. I know that a lot of the people in my social circle are artists, but I also know that a lot of you are not. And, although I try and make my work accessible to pretty much anyone, I know that there are a lot of you that look at some of my images and think "What the hell's that all about." I'm interested in sharing the artists who inspire me and hearing from you guys about what you think about art/photography/design/whatever.

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Try it Again; Taking the Same Picture

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The image above is a stretch of road between Columbus and Mechanicsburg on 29. I have taken nearly the same picture over and over and over again. I keep taking that same picture, but each time I do it feels different. After the first couple trips between Columbus and Piqua, I noticed that the trip was transforming. There were tight turns that I took a little more gingerly, uncertain what the road would do next. After a while I stopped paying so much attention to the road and started to take in the landscape.

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