In Newport Beach, California there’s no better place to buy fresh seafood than directly from the fishermen. In 1891, a local fisherman grew tired of selling his fish to wholesalers and founded Dory Fleet Fish Market, where fishermen could sell directly to the public. Not long after I moved to Newport Beach a friend of mine told me about it and being a seafood lover I shortly became a regular. Today many of the fishermen have switched from dory boats to commercial boats, which are required to dock at the nearby Newport and Huntington Harbor. Now, just one boat keeps the Dory Fleet Market tradition alive. I really wanted to document the dory boat tradition so I decided to do a photo essay on the routine of fishermen that sell their fish at the Dory Fleet Market.Read More
2014 has seen a wonderful start to the CMteam Word Project, with almost a years worth of images and words. Each month, the CMteam are given a single word and asked to interpret it through individual images.
This month, to represent the festive season, the word Joy was chosen. It’s particularly poignant to end this years project with such a word, and it perfectly sums up what this project has meant to everyone who has participated.
The CMteam look forward to continuing the Word Project into 2015, expressing creativity and diversity through their unique styles and perspectives.Read More
Lock up your wallets because we’ve got a fun, and tempting, series for you to get to know the CMpros a little better! What better way to learn about them than to ask them what their favorite things are, photography related or not? Next up is Bre Thurston sharing what she loves!Read More
I have one window in the corner of my bedroom where magic happens…
There is really nothing special about this window. It is just a window after all, but, I have learned to use this window and create some of my most favorite images…
In the morning it has the sweetest little glow of sunrise…Read More
Every day in my house starts out with my morning cup of joe. It’s what gets me going. I’ll typically drink my coffee (always iced) while the kids sleep in or watch cartoons. The dogs just kind of hang around, waiting for someone to drop some food or open the door.Read More
For the last two years I have been photographing our Christmas morning using the interval timer on my Nikon D700. I shared this post last year of Christmas 2012 but for 2013, I made a few changes to help make the images clearer and more fun so I wanted to share!Read More