Luxury Fine Art Nature Photography Blog (Inspiration)

Here you will find a collection of inspirational and educational stories, announcements and other random thoughts that you may, or may not find interesting. If you have any questions or comments about the opinions shared here 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!

The Natural Wonder of Mt Rainier National Park
Mt Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park is an American national park located in southeast Pierce County and northeast Lewis County in Washington state. The park was established on March 2, 1899 as the fifth national park in the United States, preserving 236,381 acres (369...

Aspen Tree or Birch? The Art Is In The Details
Birch vs Aspen: What's the Difference?

Where do we come from? What is the meaning of life? Is it an aspen tree or a birch? These are the questions that have plagued mankind since the dawn of time...

Visual Love Letters To Earth | The Interview
Visual Love Letters To Earth | An Interview With My Modern Met

Photographer Aaron Reed shares his love of nature through striking landscape images. A resident of the Pacific Northwest, he focuses much of his attention on the temperate terrain and captures scenes of babbling brooks, massive forests, and monumental mountainscapes...

The Day I Was Nearly Boiled Alive In Iceland
Amazing Iceland

Back in 2016 I made my first trip to the incredible island of Iceland with my friend and fellow photographer Lance Rudge. This adventure ending up being my favorite photography adventure to date, spending ten days chasing light around the island...

Why Imitation Is NOT The Sincerest Form of Flattery

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness. - Oscar Wilde

Flattery, is often used in a dishonest way, as a means to achieve what someone wants for themselves...

The Fine Art of Home Staging


No matter how beautiful the home, walking into blank walls staring you down can make any buyer run for the exit. But, fill those walls with fine art and suddenly you’ve turned a home into a must-have...

How To Fail Selling Photography Prints Online
The Seven Step Approach To Failure | Selling Photography Prints Online

Selling your photography has never been an easy task. It takes a mixture of skill, talent, hustle and good old fashioned hard work...

How To Photograph Trees | Elevate Your Art
Four Tips To Elevate Your Tree Photography

I am, and always have been, captivated by the duality of trees. A living organism that is both simple and complex by design, is for some a symbol of life itself...

Transforming Your Home Into An Art Gallery
To Every Room There Is A Season

The best thing about decorating is that it’s all up to you. If anything deserves to be specifically catered to your taste, style, imagination, and even demands it’s your own personal space...

How I Sold A Half Million In Photos During A Pandemic
How I Sold A Half Million Dollars in Photographic Art Online During A Pandemic

To Say It’s Been A Rough Year Would Be an Understatement. My heart goes out to each and every one of you who have lost a loved one, family member or friend to this terrible health crisis...

Does Your Artwork Play Nice With Your Walls?

Maybe It's Just You

Maybe, you’re one of those people. There is a room in your house and it’s boring. You decide to finally invest in that beautiful piece of wall art you saw while browsing the internet with your husband...

My Journey Into The World of Fine Art Photography
A Journey of A Thousand Miles Begins With A Single Step


When I began my photographic journey in 2008, I had no idea that it would change my life in so many ways. I was obsessed with photography from the moment I picked up my first camera...

Key Advantages of Wall Art For Interior Design

A coat of paint, generic wallpaper, assorted Crate and Barrel furniture and a maybe a throw rug. This is the picture that often comes to mind when we think of “interior design.” But what happens once the paint has dried, and the space is fully furnished? What options remain for personal touch and subtle design technique that ensure a space feels uniquely yours? A place you are proud to call home...

Selling Fine Art Without Your Soul
So you want to sell your photography do you?

Well, get in line. In the last five years alone there have been an estimated 75.3 million DSLR and Mirrorless cameras sold worldwide. Combine that will the fact that a large majority of people think owning a cell phone magically transforms them into a photographer and you have a serious number of shutter fingers out there...

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. Honestly, I only became one myself by chance, fate or blind luck but that’s a story for another day...

Ansel Adams | Black And White Photography
Who Was Ansel Adams?

Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was a landscape photographer and environmentalist known for his black-and-white images of the American West. He helped found Group f/64, an association of photographers advocating "pure" photography which favored sharp focus and the use of the full tonal range of a photograph...

Artist Spotlight | Stallman Studio & Jack Storms
Artist Spotlight | Stallman Studio & Jack Storms

As an artist myself, I appreciate and enjoy many forms of art. I am always amazed by those who produce incredible artistic works from scratch using materials that by themselves have humble beginnings...