I always find the urge to blog my work when it involves coffee. I'm not sure why that is, but I do know that I really enjoyed working with Chimera yesterday on a Tulsafood article. I love talking about and photographing what others are passionate about, and it's clear to see that the people at Chimera truly care about everything they are making. Keep an eye out for the article this month on TulsaFood.com!
This post is a little belated, but I wanted to share these photos! If I had to name two material things I love in this world it would be coffee and photography. When those two conjoin and I get to call it work, my day is made! So here are some of my favorite shots from a recent shoot at a local coffee shop called Hoot Owl Coffee Company.
Click here to read the TulsaFood Article!
TulsaFood.com did a feature story on Foolish Things Coffee Company today! I was so happy when they told me we'd be telling their story, I absolutely love photographing anything that is coffee related. Plus, this place is awesome! If I could shoot coffee all day, everyday I would totally do it! Keep an eye out on Tuesday for the full article.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to shoot a video for an upcoming, modern wedding company called Dake Morgan and collaborate with Shannon Phillips of Imago Vita Photography. Here are some "behind the scenes" shots I couldn't help but take. Everything was beautiful, the light, the location, the models. So happy to be a part of all this! Keep an eye out for the video!
I have spent the past few weeks working on a few projects that included taking photos of coffee shops and the Deco District in downtown Tulsa. Two of my favorite things. So needless to say, it's been fun. Here are a few of my favorite shots!
Link to TulsaFood Article : http://tulsafood.com/best-of-tulsa/our-favorite-tulsa-coffee-shops/
When I began 2014 I was fresh out of college and not really sure what was headed my way. All I knew was I was going to work hard and see what happens. Well, a lot more happened than I ever expected. Most artists go through extreme highs and lows with their work. When a project turns out great, you feel like you are on top of the world and can do anything you ever dreamed of. But when it doesn't turn out the way you expected, you just want to throw it all away and give up. In essence, that was my year. But that was to be expected as it was my first year of being a full time photographer! All I can say is that it was a year of learning and growing (also, a lot of food) and I can't wait for another! I am excited to be working as a full time photographer and being a part of the TulsaFood/DineDesign team.
Below are some of my favorite moments of 2014.
Bring on 2015, I'm ready for ya!
Dwelling Spaces is a really neat local store that sells all kinds of handmade things located in Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was such a pleasure to photograph some 'Okie' shirts from owner, Mary Beth Babcock's, t-shirt line.
I was so excited when Sara asked me to photograph her proposal to Monica! It was disguised as couple photos and in the middle of the session she got down on one knee. Everything went perfect! Congratulations Sara and Monica!!