Welcome to the blog dedicated to my work in JMC 3110 at the University of Nebraska Omaha during the Fall semester of 2016. This site is where I’ll be showcasing my images from class, and occasionally some extra work I do either on my own time or in conjunction with one of our assignments.

Since I have some experience as a photographer, I invite you all to share your input and comments on my work. I also ask that you do not hesitate to ask for advice, assistance, or any other questions you may have. I love photography, I love sharing my knowledge, and I look forward to spending the next few months with you all!

I have included some links to great sources of photography education, as well as a Recommended Reading page with some of my favorite photography related books. I plan to add as many educational resources as I can to make this page a great place for you to grow your love of photography, as well as your photographic education and skill set.


Light it Up!

Learning to use off-camera flash (OCF) is one of the most versatile tools you can have at your disposal. Being able to get your flash off the camera and away from the viewing plane will take your photography to a new level. The Strobist has recently updated his free Lighting 101 course, and it’s one of the most in-depth and easy to understand references for OCF.

My work from JMC 3110 at University of Nebraska Omaha.