December 19, 2015 6:00 pm
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I am constantly fascinated by movement and joy. When I take photos, I seek to bring out the most in people and places as I’ve done even before I was able to get my hands on a camera. I believe that some moments are so special that they must be captured so that they never drift away. The combination of a person and a place in a moment is what excites me most. Having traveled to New York City from Kansas City, MO four years ago, I am excited by the idea of looking at people through a lens in many different settings to see how differently they appear. The photos you see here were taken in both the plains of Missouri and Greenwood Cemetery here in Brooklyn.
This series is dedicated to my best friend Morgan, who you see here in all of these photos. She is the most inspiring person I have ever and will ever know. She is without a doubt the most beautiful dancer I have ever seen and she carries more joy in her heart than anyone you could ever meet. Morgan and I were dancers together back home in Kansas City before our inspiration and ambition brought us to the city. For the past six years she has been the subject of my photography while I slowly learned how to use my DSLR. And today, here I am with this set of photos brought to you by both Morgan and I as we continue to jump around the city. Enjoy!
Each 8×10 separately: $25
Each 11×14 separately: $30
Morgan in Motion (photos 1-10): $120
Jumpin’ Round Greenwood (photos 11-16): $100
The Plains (photos 17-20): $80