News & Special Events | Aaron Reed Luxury Fine Art Blog (Inspiration)

Here you will find a collection of inspirational and educational stories, announcements, product reviews and other random thoughts that you may, or may not find interesting. If you have any questions or comments about the opinions shared here, or to inquire about having your photography related product reviewed by me to be shared with my audience please reach out to me using the contact form and I’ll reply to your inquiry as soon as I’m able. I hope you enjoy my blog and thank you for your interest in my work!

Categories:
The Best Of Iceland: Incredible Landscape

In July of 2016 I took a direct flight from Seattle to Iceland to spend 10 days on the road exploring and photographing the amazing island and it's incredible landscapes. Packed with waterfalls, lava fields, glaciers, mountains and beautiful rugged beaches its no wonder that Iceland is a top destination for many each year...

Creativity, Social Media And the Voices In Your Head
Creativity, Social Media And the Voices In Your Head


   The first photographs I ever captured were created on a beach in Oregon in 2007. I did not personally know any photographers and had no history of photography growing up...

Portland Japanese Garden: Amazing Fine Art

In 1958, Portland became a sister city to Sapporo, Japan, helping to create a broad interest in Japanese culture. Soon after, several business leaders and the Mayor of Portland decided it would be wonderful for Portland to have a traditional Japanese Garden...

Brand New Website

   Over the past 10 years I have had websites from four different services, each a bit better than the previous yet all still lacking in one area or another. My first website was hosted by a company I cannot even remember the name of! You can tell the lasting impression it made on me...

Healing The Sick With Fine Art

People from all over the world enjoy and collect my work for their homes and businesses alike. Often I get to hear stories about the final placement of the pieces, how they are being shown or the original motivation or reasons behind the displays being built...