A couple of months ago I was contacted by the editor of Oregon Coast Magazine asking if they could license one of my Coos Bay images taken at the Hollering Place for their annual calendar.
Every year I have my best print sale during the fall. The reason I do this is to jump start the Christmas holiday giving season. By ordering your prints early, this will guarantee that you will have your fine art pieces well in advance to Christmas.
My latest article, “8 Tips for Photographing Sea Stacks” for the Visual Wilderness blog is now available on their website. You can find lots of help there to jump start your landscape photography…
It’s been just over three months since Mike & I started living nomadically in our RV full-time. We have stayed in Oregon the entire summer due to family get togethers and events. It was a fun summer but we were ready to move on past Oregon to look for new scenery.
June 30th was my last day of working full time as a web developer for Southwestern Oregon Community College in Coos Bay, Oregon. Prior to working there I had my own freelance web design company for a number of years.
I was hired by 1859 Oregon’s Magazine to take photos of the founder of The Washed Ashore Project in Bandon, Oregon.