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July 12, 2019
Here are some of my favorite conversations and moments that I had with guests to my booth over the 3 day show. Guest: What's your background, is it scientific? Me: I have a Bachelor's in Studio Art with a Minor in Ecology. Guest: I knew you had some kind of a science background! Me: This is one of the best things you could have said to me right now!
July 12, 2019
For years my slogan for Klarite Photography has been "photography to break through the noise."But what does that even mean?It's kind of hard to describe because it encompasses multiple facets. One of the main thing that I'm attempting to communicate is how I hope my work will be interacted with.
November 5, 2018
Unfortunately my health has been a major driving force in my photography in the past 9 years. Starting in 2009 I started dealing with intense migraines which were increasingly accompanied by vertigo. For those of you who aren't familiar with vertigo, it is essentially the feeling of dizziness and movement even when there is no movement.
October 25, 2018
During my time in art school there were always those dreaded 3 hour critique sessions during the photography classes. As soon as you walked in the room that day you would scramble to claim the "best" wall space. My criteria for the "best" space was determined by when I thought that part of the wall would be discussed. Did I want to just get the crit over with first thing, or drag on my torture...
August 20, 2018
I absolutely love growing plants in my courtyard. It's to the extent that I can barely walk around the area. There are vines sprawling all over the yard right now. One of my favorite plants from this growing season was my mammoth sunflowers. Some of these things grew up to 14 feet tall or so, well above the eaves of my roof! The best part, of course, were the flower heads that were more than a foot across.