Last Updated: May 19, 2022
This page is updated periodically with my current focus for my work and where I’m headed.
I hear all the cool kids want to be YouTubers, so I guess I should follow along. Or something like that 😉
That said, I’m now publishing to YouTube every Thursday (with the occasional bonus video), and I’d love to have you subscribe to my channel to help me boost the growth and turn it into a viable channel for photography information.
Need something cool to draw you in? I got to interview Joe McNally!
My weekly email, Focusing Photography, hit a stride in 2021 and there are no plans to stop. It ships every Sunday. If you want some insight and analysis in your inbox, you can subscribe here. New information goes out every Sunday (didn’t miss a single week in 2021!). In general, I write something thoughtful and insightful about the direction of our industry as well as sharing 3-5 other relevant links or pieces of information photographers should be aware of, with a brief thought about each.
My AI & Photography book, The Computer Ate My Photos, was released in late September and I’ve been doing various followup marketing activities since then. Hit that link to learn more and find out how to order the paperback or Kindle versions. It’s the result of about two years of research, writing, revising, and distilling it down to the most relevant information for hobbyist and pro photographers alike. I hope you like it.
Things are picking up here. I’ve had several recent education and image competition judging events, and I’m booking out my calendar for the coming months. Drop me an email for more information.
I’m currently scheduled to speak at:
- Professional Photographers of Idaho – June 27, 2022 – The Competition Code – hit this link for information on my two days of Idaho events
- Professional Photographers of Idaho – June 28, 2022 – Email: Fresh Opportunities for Photography and Beyond – hit this link for information on my two days of Idaho events
As usual, I’m doing a bit of photo work for small businesses, startups, and individuals, so let’s chat and make it happen.
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