Posts by Brad Moore

  • Taking A Sick Day…

    Jan 22nd, 2010  |  41 Comments

    Hey gang, Brad here.  I just got a message from Scott asking me to let you all know that he’s taking a sick day from the blog today.  He’s got a cold, along with all the coughy, sniffly, wheezy, blechy stuff that comes with it.  Nothing serious, just enough to need a day off fromContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring John Keatley!

    Jan 20th, 2010  |  0 Comments

    Myself, my daughter Isla, my wife Nichelle, and Oliver the Pomeranian in our 2011 Christmas family portrait Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone. Four years ago, my friend Jessica asked me to take a picture of her and her boyfriend Brian to send out to friends for the holidays. This was not really the typeContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring John Keatley!

    Jan 20th, 2010  |  30 Comments

    My story has very little to do with me, and much more to do with those with whom I have crossed paths. My life would be very different if it were not for the kindness of others. Through reflecting on events in my life, I realized I need to write down my story, as aContinue…

  • Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger Is…

    Jan 19th, 2010  |  3 Comments

    Seattle-based photographer, John Keatley. A while back, I (Brad) put out a tweet asking who people’s favorite photographers were. Among the responses I got was Mr. Keatley. I took a look at his site and immediately contacted him about doing a guest post. For those who know me, you know that I have a fairlyContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Laura Heald!

    Jan 13th, 2010  |  55 Comments

    Photo by Bill Frakes I grew up in a family of storytellers. My grandfather, Bub, could tell a story better than Tom Brokaw.  In fact, he was Tom Brokaw’s first boss at WSB-TV in Atlanta. My mom was a popular news anchor in Jacksonville, Fl, for 25 years.  She taught me the importance local activismContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Bill Frakes!

    Jan 6th, 2010  |  32 Comments

    There is no off position on my visual switch.  I am constantly watching, thinking, calculating, enjoying. For me this is a marathon, not a sprint.  I want the images I make to have meaning now, and later.  I am as engaged and passionate about the work now as I was that first magical time IContinue…

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