InstaLumTrip – Oregon Coast moment

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Instagram stories, InstaLumTrip | No Comments
InstaLumTrip – Oregon Coast moment

Temporary // watching the scene change before my eyes. #instalumtrip memory. Within the hour, it went from bright and sunny, to grey and foggy. Marvellous. Whaleshead Beach was another ‘distraction’ stop along the Oregon coast. We saw a glimpse of it from the highway and made the split second decision to pull over. During the […]

InstaLumTrip – Unplanned Discoveries

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Instagram stories, InstaLumTrip | No Comments
InstaLumTrip – Unplanned Discoveries

Discovery // another unplanned stop, resulting in a breathtaking view¬†#instalumtrip memory. A recurring theme during our road trip was that we were almost always behind schedule. The number one reason? We were constantly on the lookout for photo ops and made multiple unplanned stops. The Oregon coast was particularly distracting with its vast beauty. On […]

Online community: When Social Engagement Goes Too Far

Online community: When Social Engagement Goes Too Far

I’ve been enjoying posting more frequently on Instagram. As mentioned way back, the challenge for me is the desire to respond to every comment. The reality is, I cannot, without taking time away from something else in my life. It’s unsustainable. Some IGers have chosen to leave the community completely and I completely understand their […]

Journey’s end

Posted by on May 25, 2013 in Instagram stories, mobile photography | No Comments
Journey’s end

Journey’s end // I received a final email from a friend, who’s been battling cancer. The doctors have done all they can do, the end is near. Shirley is ready, ready to meet her creator. She looks forward to seeing Jesus, in a beautiful place where there is no pain, heaven. A sobering moment and […]

Creativity Beyond The Instagram Square

Creativity Beyond The Instagram Square

The @16x9fordays ‘project’ has been an eye opener. Over 2400 tagged shots in 6 days says something. Greater than the interest in the aspect ratio itself though, it says that creativity cannot/should not be limiting. In the context of Instagram, Robb Thompson @beardofbeez says it well, in response to my post Love Lost and Found: […]

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, […]