Aperture Effect


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Photo courtesy of charity: water It was August. I remember roaming through my backyard—lost in thought. I was searching for something that evaded me…some big idea, some grand reason, some great inspiration. I’d lost my motivation to do this thing called THE APERTURE EFFECT, and I was hoping to find […]

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My Water Weight

Many of you know Jeri Ruetz, who handles all the important details of scheduling photo sessions, creating contracts, and securing payments. In short, she keeps me sane. I was stoked when she drafted the following blog post. It’s always exciting to see others get equally pumped about helping people in need. I’m […]

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The Shame in my own Game

Her name’s Jean. In 2005, she lived in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans—until Hurricane Katrina surged through in August and forced her, her husband, and her two grandkids to evacuate. The Lower Ninth was hit the hardest by the storm—or at least ignored the longest by city officials […]

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