This ceviche was prepared by me. I shopped for the fresh ingredients. I sliced that avocado to perfection. I styled the plate. I took the photograph. I ate the ceviche. I processed the photo. I posted to photo to Flickr so that I could share my recipe and image with friends andPeep The Rest!
I’m contacted often from companies who are interested in purchasing work of mine that was spotted on Flickr. I have been lucky to have to make some sales independently, some sales were done via Getty Images, and other times the potential sale fell through the cracks becausPeep The Rest!
The other day I received some feedback for something that I did recently. Not really a big deal because I always welcome feedback, but this feedback went in the wrong direction! Everyone knows that good feedback should be thought out, concise, and constructive. The feedbacPeep The Rest!
I met Damian Furtch last month in New York while I was at that Patricia Field party that I posted about recently. When he saw my camera, he asked if I could take a photo of him and his friends. Then next thing I know, he asking me to take all these other photos. Jokingly, IPeep The Rest!
Just last week, I was talking to a friend about posting images online and how there is no real way to protect your work from being stolen once you publish it to the world. As an artist, I mos def want my work to be seen by as many people as possible, but I want to be the onePeep The Rest!