Monthly Archives: April 2010

This week, for the first time, I saw one of my sold pieces hanging on someone’s wall.  I really love the piece, which can be seen in full here (before I divided it into a triptych for this client).  It’s about 9 feet wide and almost 3 feet tall.  I was so proud and happy to see it that I took about 100 pictures of it.  Its really surprising how challenging it seemed to get a good image of an image.  I am not sure that I’ve done it justice, but it looked great on the wall, and I was really lucky to get to take a look at it yesterday.

This weekend I visited family back home in Maryland.  Jordan, my niece (age 8), performed in the Cherry Blossom Parade in Washington, D.C.   Unfortunately its not pictured here…I missed her performance by 5 minutes.  But I was able to spend a lot of time with the kids (part of which included Serene and I chasing them around the yard with a camera and an umbrella-mounted flash), my sister Nicole, and my brother-in-law Troy.  It’s also a real shame that I didn’t capture the faces of the losing team after a NameBurst showdown.  The ladies (Mom, Nicole, Serene, and Jordan) suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the guys (Karl, Troy, Joshua, and me).  It wasn’t pretty.



  • Slewis

    I love the split images centered around the tree.

  • Dana! I love these shots! Youve done an excellent job capturing the personality of these kids- I feel like I am there with you. Keep up the great work