This is a tale about the laws of probability and possibility against all odds.
This is a tale about a popular city park and the app that is TikTok.
This is a tale about leaping back and forth in time, frozen in mid-leap.
This is a “slanted” tale.
This is a (funny) tale about life after hair loss (and a “What’s up!” to all the follicularly-challenged peeps around the world).
This is a tale about life on the moon. (Yes, you read that correctly).
This is a tale about one stunning moment above two countries.
This is a tale about…falling through an online rabbit hole???
This is a tale about one of Earth’s most legendary celebrities.
This is a tale about a (tiny and adorable) tailless animal.
This is a tale about an unlikely pair grooving to the sound that Seattle threw down.
This is a tale about a raging battle between the sun and the rain in a boxing ring known as “London”.
This is a tale about three languages spoken between two photographers: English, French, and Photography.
This is a tale about TIA…before there was *TIA*. Let’s time travel to the end of 2006.
This is a tale about catching the light and sharing the light. (It’s also about life being a long-time adventure).
This is a tale about occasionally flirting with the horror genre in my photography.
This is a tale about the cunning subterfuge of optics. (Sounds very clandestine and shady, doesn’t it?)
This is a tale about not delving too deeply into emotional empathy ad infinitum. It always catches up with you.
This is not really a tale this time. Rather, it’s a testament about finally calling a place “home” – at long last.
This is a tale about the time I had felt completely useless and impotent as a photographer.
This is a tale about your possible perceptions vs. my reality (and insecurities).
This is a tale about never returning to life as we knew it in January 2020.
This is a tale about a certain city that holds its Pride parade in…September!
This is a tale about my first encounter with the State of Alaska.
This is a tale about pensive patience, perpetual pacing, and spontaneous road trips.
This is a tale about sharing an image that I wanted to share two months ago!
This is a tale about an incessant epidemic that appears to be uniquely and miserably endemic to the United States of America.
This is a tale about how TIA tripped into photographing people when the mission was to deliver cityscapes and urban landscapes exclusively.
This is a tale about the ephemeral enigma we all know as a rainbow.
This is a tale about treasuring moments of solitude and silent contemplation.