A 10 Year Chronicle of Being Sober and the Impact of Change.

On December 13th, 2009 I woke up to a bottom that I hadn’t experienced yet in my life and it scared the hell out of me. So much so, that I began the process to stop drinking that very morning, clean up and change the course of my life not fully understanding what that meant.

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Tram Stories; Windows

Everyday moments of staring out the window, preoccupied, daydreaming or just being lost in thought while passing time for the appropriate stop to arrive.
Enjoy the ride. I do.

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Random Warsaw with Sigma ART 35mm 1.4f

very since I had the opportunity to use and test the Sigma ART series a few years back, my heart has been aching to have one of my own. Two weeks ago I made the jump from want to have and purchased the beautiful 35mm 1.4f to accompany me on my daily excursions with my Nikon D750.

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ANALOG; Ilford PAN 100

This week in my new analog life, I have some fresh images from a roll of ILFORD PAN 100 (The Pan stands for panchromatic) that I shot a few weeks back. In it are some of my usual subjects, reflections, PKiN (Palace of Culture and Science) and street scenes and life moments that caught my…

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Colorful Bounty

For me, spring is something of an interesting time of observation. I can tell that spring has arrived simply by looking up and admiring the potted flowers that seem to mysteriously arrive overnight.

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ANALOG: Ilford FP4 Plus 125

In every roll I have favorites and one always stands out to me more than the others, I don’t always point them out letting you decide for yourself which oneis yours. In this roll there is one that stood out from all of them…..

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ANALOG: FujiFilm Superia X-Tra 400

Earlier last Autumn, I decided to follow up on the fantastic analog workshop I attended in Lisbon and continue into the analog world on my own accord. The colors that emerge during the autumn season here in Poland are simply stunning making it my favorite season to photograph and I try to grab as much…

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How Street Photography helped me connect to living in Poland.

Of all of the things that photography has taught me, it is how to cope and connect to my surroundings in my life abroad. Through street photography, I have been better able to understand and grow into my life in Poland and connect to it in ways that I had not really considered I could, allowing me to be surprised by how it has unfolded.

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Snowing in Seattle.

It never even crossed my mind that snow could be a possibility when I packed for my visit last month. I didn’t really bring any kind of clothing for such weather and upon landing in January to temperatures in the 10-13c range (50-55f), it felt like spring weather compared to the chilly Warsaw weather I left behind along with the attire to be comfortable in the cold.

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Everyone starts somewhere.

It was a slow process, that first year and I felt like I was not shooting for me yet and the images that I was producing still lacked what I desired to show. This frustrated me and started to gnaw at me. I was searching for more but didn’t know how to find it or where to look. I needed a story that could compel me to look deeper.

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