Really proud to have been interviewed by Passion Passport on my most resent trip to the Philippines to help with super typhoon #haiyan relief efforts.

This is a very interesting story about turning harassment into something else.

Ladies, what is you take on this approach?

Men, do you REALLY think saying rude things in public is the way to a women’s heart?


Watts of Love, a non-profit organization local to Chicago, partnered with PastBook to publish an ebook of their recent humanitarian trip to the Philippines. During this trip, Watts of Love delivered 1,000 solar lights to remote impoverished communities living without access to electricity. Photographer Kevin Kuster, also of Chicago, documented the trip using only his iPhone, and the pictures are nothing short of inspiring. In this guest post, he has shown us a part of the word we rarely see up in here in the Windy City. To read more click here…

Pretty scary how easy it is to steal a wedding photographers equipment! Something to think about for everyone with nice camera equipment. Always pack as little equipment as possible and keep it with you or in your line of sight at all times!


Go check all the details on @joshjohnson!

The #JJ Team is FINALLY meeting up and not only are we gonna have some rad instameets along our five city roadtrip, but we’re gonna get to them with the four of us piled into two brand new Fiat 500L!

@joshjohnson @yomap @ohemg87 and I will start our journey (thanks to @fiatusa) next week.

Follow @fiatusa and “LIKE” the Fiat Facebook Page to stay up to date and get the details of the giveaway!

This is gonna be HUGE!

Totally inspired video by Adam Barker that makes you want to get out and take photos. If you need a little inspiration today…here it is ENJOY.


My most resent article published at TheAppWhisper.com.

If you have ever spent anytime with your face down and your eye looking through an Schnieder 4x photo loupe, then this is the article for you. If you’ve never used a photo loupe, check this quick read out and see how it’s still fun to roll “old school” while editing images.

“Amateurs worry about the technical, professional’s worry about the finances, and the Master is only concerned with the light.”