NOLA / FADE

<p style="margin-right: 0px;">Over the years this website, my most treasured passion project, iHeartnola.com has seen a huge amount of change. Recently I re-launched the website with our friends at Squarespace, and that has proven to be the biggest change to date.</p><p>Through re-designs & several changes in content direction, the one constant over the years has been the photography. I very graciously joke at times that the folks who visit the site each and every day are here for the photos and certainly not for the writing. I do my best to craft the words, but the spotlight has always been on the images. </p><p style="margin-right: 0px;">For many years, I've dreamed of someday creating and publishing a book showcasing the beautiful and enigmatic city of New Orleans. Through the images I've been so happy to capture via my work here at iHeartnola.com, I'm so thrilled to announce the launch of our first photo book, NOLA / FADE...</p>

IHN X VSCO

<p>We've been fans of <a target="_blank" href="http://vsco.co/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Visual Supply Co.'s VSCO Films</a> for quite some time now. We're just as big, if not bigger fans of their insanely popular iPhone and Android aptly titled app VSCO CAM. The later app has reached 3.0 status and is faster and better than ever.</p>

The Audubon Insectarium

<p>I'll be the first to admit that bugs, especially of those of the Blattaria order, have never fallen into my good graces. It's been 5 years since <a target="_blank" href="http://www.auduboninstitute.org/" rel="noopener noreferrer">The Audubon Insectarium</a> opened on Canal St. in the U.S. Custom House Federal Building, and it's taken me just that long to visit. I truly thought my self-imposed arachnephobia was going to take over me the moment I walked in. It could not have been further from what I experienced.</p>