I recently got my first taste of being on the CreativeLive stage when I was asked to do a kick-off interview with host Jim Catechi before the final day of the amazing Kirsten Lewis‘ ‘Family Photography: Modern Storytelling‘ workshop.  All I can say is that I have a whole new respect for what the CL hosts and instructors do every day.  I was fine until I sat down in my chair, and then boom, nerve overload.

Jim had me on to talk a little about what I do everyday at CreativeLive and then in the spirit of Kirsten’s workshop, talk a little bit about some of my photography with families, as well as with my own famiy. It was an amazing experience, I think I got my nerves out, and I hope to get back on that stage again sometime soon!

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Is it too late for a 2012 recap?  Naaah.  2012 was an amazing year for me. It took me from the shores of the San Juan Islands to the heart of the Central American jungle to photograph some amazing people. Here is a sampling of my wedding and portrait photography work in 2012……

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I love me some HTC.  And I think HTC kinda likes me as well cuz they have me a brand new HTC One S to give away to one of you fine folks.  This is my cuurent phone and I love this thing.  Information on the phone is below, but first, here is how to enter:

HOW TO ENTER It’s simple:
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It takes a good sport to let me snap a portrait of you shortly before midnight as you start the 14th hour of your work day. You probably have to really love what you are doing. That is the case with Mike Marian of Marian Built in Seattle. I am excited to be working on a project to help showcase some of their amazing custom hardware and furnishing creations. Indestructible works of art of the highest quality, that’s the best way I can describe his work. I am looking forward to sharing more soon. Below are a couple of late night pictures I snapped as my work winded down and theirs continued.

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