Inspired Natives: New Fashion Exhibit Turning Heads and Breaking Stereotypes

Inspired Natives: New Fashion Exhibit Turning Heads and Breaking Stereotypes

Walking by the Portland, Oregon USA Art Museum (PAM) recently, I had to stop to take in the gorgeous panel images advertising a new exhibit, Native Fashion Now. After reading that the show is a one-of-a-kind traveling exhibition that will be leaving Portland in September for upcoming runs in Oklahoma and NYC, I pitched the story to 1859 Magazine and was lucky enough to get … Continue reading Inspired Natives: New Fashion Exhibit Turning Heads and Breaking Stereotypes

An Art of Observation

An Art of Observation

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” – Elliott Erwitt I started a family newspaper when I was about eight or nine. I went on to become a journalist for a small town … Continue reading An Art of Observation

So, Here We Are

So, Here We Are

I’m heading to Seattle tomorrow on the train from Portland and in preparing am reminded of this piece of mine published by The Boiler journal. I’m looking forward to the weekend — spending time in a great city with my sons, visiting grandma, walking the streets with my camera, and learning something new about the world, which is always the case and always gratifying if … Continue reading So, Here We Are