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MAKE your life FEEL like A FUN GAME,

rather than something to survive & endure.

CREATE A LIFE-BRAND

DISNEY VACATION. Just the words spark such big emotions of both good and bad things doesn’t it? You just spent a boatload of money, like actually a yacht full, on a Disney vacation. Your brain starts thinking about all the fun the kids are going to have and how you’re going to photograph your way […]

Something Rewarding to “Pack” for Your Next Grand Vacation

“I honestly thought I had nothing left to document. My daughters are 16 & 19; not in the “cute” stage anymore,” photographer Pam Dubasek told us in The Preservation Project’s private FB group. Going into the program, Pam was in a season of more than usual, fast-moving change + challenges: her father-in-law recently passed (“He was the […]

Think you’ve already documented what matters? Let’s check.

Sometimes what’s warm and familiar to us is something we don’t SEE. I mean, really see. We’re easily caught up in the doing + prep for the cookies, festivities, gifts for everyone, dinners, and beyond that we can miss feeling the experience itself. I don’t know about you, but holidays aside, I crave more connection […]

Preserving the Heart of Your Holidays Through Family Photography

Gloria documented the imagination + dreams of her 6-year-old son. Sure, it’s not the photojournalistic-only-shoot-what-is-happening definition we so often hear of a typical documentary work. She planned this coverage. She planned its details through the location + accessories. Yet, through a mix of letting him lead the day + letting his real-life dream come to life […]

Documenting the Dream of a 6 Year Old

Let’s begin my disclosure of sorts: in no way do I consider myself an expert in underwater photography. It’s not anything new, per say. However, one of the main reasons I wanted to pursue it was because, at least in my market, no one was doing/offering it. No one was taking the underwater photographs that […]

How to Get Started with Underwater Documentary Photography

Many of us engage in personal projects in the winter months. I spent my sub-zero winter days cocooned in my house engaged in a slew of internal dialogue, reflecting on why I shoot and what I shoot. I did this through a couple of fantastic classes (Storymaking with Meredith Novario and Find, Define, and Refine […]

Find Themes Within Your Work for Your Vision, Your Brand, and for YOU

We love Sunday afternoons in the Masse (pronounced Moss, by the way) house. Sundays are our family day. We try to stay home, but welcome visitors. Friends or family or both come for dinner and these days are always easy parenting… as the visitors keep the kids entertained. Our home is kind of like a weekend […]

What Our Sunday Afternoons Look Like in Photos

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