A Writer's Nightmare

Photography; the art of capturing a sliver of time forever...

I've always been intrigued by this method of art. There's something magical in the ability to freeze a moment that is as fleeting as the tide. That particular moment will never be perfectly replicated again and that, that's beautiful.

I've been lucky enough to have such beautiful people in my life. Their ambition, strength, and determination to succeed inspires me to continue forward. Featured is one of those people.

I call this photo set "A Writer's Nightmare" because as a writer, I understand some of the fears that we face. I understand the feeling of not being good enough. I understand the fear of getting in front of the camera instead of letting your work be your image. I understand the darkness brewing within the creative soul.

These photos have a darker, moody feel. The setting is that of a foreclosed home. Glass littered the yard, a metal bird house rusted as it hung from a rotting tree, windows boarded up to keep vandals at bay. It was perfect for what we were trying to convey.

I hope you all enjoy them as much as I did taking them.