That’s Frequently Asked Questions (not Finely Applied Quotes, Finicky Apple Queens, or Foxily Aged Quinoa).
How long have you been into photography?
I started in high school using 35mm film (I know, how retro before it was retro) and spent many hours in the darkroom. I got a digital camera once the prices had come down a bit and did landscapes when I traveled. Then in 2015 I attended a workshop in France with a photographer I’d admired for years and learned how to do portraits. I’ve been on a roll ever since.
What kind of photography do you do?
In the past I did mostly landscapes. Then in 2015 I did a portrait workshop in France and since then I’ve really enjoyed portraits and family in-the-moment images.
Are you working on any projects?
One of my long-term projects is to follow families with young children as they grow up. (If you’d like to be included, email me.) I’m also developing what may become my main body of artistic work. More to come on that later.
Do you shoot color or black and white?
Depends what I’m shooting. Most of my work is black and white, but some photos look great in color. Landscapes are mostly color and hired jobs (such as sports teams) are almost entirely color.
Do you shoot film?
In high school and college I used film and printed in the darkroom. At this point I work entirely digitally for the practical reasons of time and expense, but wouldn’t mind getting back into film if I had the time and resources.
Do you do weddings?
This is not a line of work I’m pursuing at this time, but you can always ask. There are exceptions to (almost) every rule! (All things in moderation, including moderation).
How do edition numbers work?
Some of my limited edition prints are priced on a tier system. I number editions as I sell them, so 1/20 sells, then 2/20 and so on. As they start to sell out the price may increase because they’ve become less available. Once 20/20 sells then there won’t be any more made or sold, so buy early!