Participant resting on the slackline before attempting another walk…It is a long way down!
Hi my name is Bill West and I graduated from Mohawk Business Admin way back in 1988.
After many years of using my phone as my camera I finally purchased a DSLR for myself this past Christmas. I have owned “real’ cameras in the past however I had never made the foray into the Digital Photography world and I am so glad I did!
I’ve taken my camera to California, Las Vegas and many other places in the first few months and I plan on taking it to many more. Continue Reading
Recently, I returned to Mohawk to help a first year television class create a show. The show’s focus was photography, highlighting a different genre of photography each episode. Continue Reading
I recently hosted my first full weekend workshop at a local gallery in my hometown. Since the gallery put the workshop on, I did not have to worry about getting participants. My job was simple; show up and teach.
My workshop was called; Making Photos, and it was a class designed for photographers of any skill level with any camera looking to improve their lighting and composition in their photography. Here is what I learned: Continue Reading
When you think of your typical graduation photos do you picture a happy grad sitting in a cap in front of a bookcase?
Monica is graduating this year, and when she contacted me about doing her grad photos, she asked for a fun shoot. Continue Reading
I never imagined that I would be working from home. I always loved going into the office and working in a team setting. I first started working from home last summer when I was working as a photographer/videographer for an ESL school. They didn’t have an office for me at the school so I had to do my editing at home. I would spend my days of shooting and my evenings at home editing. This opened my eyes to a whole new way of working.
I am currently working for a couple weekly clients, and the rest are new or seasonal depending on the project. I have been successfully working from home, and I learned a few things that I wish someone would of told me when I started.