I am so sick of this. So sick of hearing on the news, all over the internet, how because of the government shutdown that has gone on for far too long, our precious National Parks are suffering tremendously. Seeing the photos spreading around online that show trees behind chopped down in Joshua Tree National Park, rocks being used as canvases for graffiti, laws being disobeyed, all because there aren’t enough rangers there to help prevent it.
2018 has been a career-changing year for both me and my photography. I have learned a lot about what it is I want out of this while also learning how to better prepare myself for what is to come. There is still a lot to be learned but I feel as though 2019 is already looking to be a joyous year. I look forward to it and hope that you stick around to see what all happens, both good and bad.
I have compiled a small collection of six never-before-seen photographs to be released and available as prints in sizes starting at 12x15 for standard and 10x20 for panoramic. These images all have one theme in common - the forest. Releases include “Upon The Forest Floor,” “Amongst The Dead,” and “Stand Out.”
Releasing images for print is something that I take very seriously. A lot of time goes into each of my pieces of art, from the time I press the shutter to printing off a small proof, to going back into my editing software and fine-tuning the images to get the best result. Each photograph I release has been waiting months to be revealed. It has sat, waiting patiently, being tweaked here and there, printed once, twice, three times, all to ensure the highest possible quality.