• Of Facebook and feminine mystique.

    Recently I made a few new Facebook friends. One lives in North Dakota, has an amazing set of upper arms, and runs marathons. I refuse to acknowledge any direct correlation between the latter two details.  One lives in Washington D.C., owns her own boudoir photography business, and has a fondness for llamas. I am assuming… Continue Reading

  • The middle-aged selfie…a photo essay.

    Otherwise known as how to be the center of my own lazy-eyed, big-nosed, double-chinned universe.  John Singer Sargent, a renowned portrait artist who died in 1925, famously said that every time he painted a portrait he lost a friend. Maybe that’s why self-portraits are so popular. But if having total control over our own image… Continue Reading