Love Lost and Found

Posted by on Mar 2, 2013 in Instagram stories, journey, storytelling | 7 Comments
Love Lost and Found

I had a tough time embracing Facebook and Twitter as my go-to social channels for storytelling. Crafting compelling 140 character blurbs on Twitter continues to be a stretch. I still find Facebook a challenging place to engage my audience with meaningful content. My previous role as creative director gave me access to great DSLR gear, […]

channels

channels

I’ve spent the last 11 years storytelling across multiple channels. I’ve shot hundreds of hours of video footage, thousands of photos and designed many marketing pieces. Some of those stories went straight to DVD, some to print and others to websites. The recurring theme here is that the reach of those stories was limited. A […]

The Power of Story

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in mobile photography, storytelling | 4 Comments
The Power of Story

I love a good story, I believe we all do. I also believe everyone has a great story to tell. The problem is, everyone’s too busy to tell or listen to them. We live in a world of 140 character information fragments. Whether you’re a corporation, non-profit or individual, you have a story to tell. […]

punks

Posted by on Feb 15, 2013 in video | No Comments
punks

Before photography, and more recently, mobile photography, I rocked a lot of video work. From wedding videography to corporate marketing videos, I most enjoyed the ‘idea’ of creating pieces of my family for my family. Like other projects of passion, those plans mostly fell off the radar. I hope to pick that up again. My […]

family affair

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in mobile photography | No Comments
family affair

family affair // I wonder if my kids will love photography like I do. My grandfather was passionate about it. After surviving the World War 2 Japanese occupation of Malaysia, he opened a camera store and proceeded to hone his skills, taking thousands of photos over a lifetime. Funny thing is, I wasn’t serious about […]

Passion or Just Plain Foolishness

Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 in journey, stories | 5 Comments
Passion or Just Plain Foolishness

Let’s just say that Flo and I have led an eventful life together, filled with layoffs, thousands of miles of U-Haul truck moves and drastic career changes. We are definitely wired for change… although, not by choice. Eight years ago, we both took on positions in a Christian non-profit organization where our salaries were completely […]