The Long Shutter Project was created in order to do something more meaningful with my photography. My dream has always been to travel and take pictures and as that dream has become reality I have set my sights on the bigger picture. That’s why I’ve developed The Long Shutter Project, to do more.
The first branch of The Long Shutter Project is called “Earth Forms”. It will contain a collection of series and studies involving natural phenomenon found in our world. An “Earth Forms” series is limited to 25 abstract images with one parent image of details found in nature. Meanwhile, studies will be active collections of a single landscape. Over the years I will expand the collection with new series and studies.
In my effort to do more through The Long Shutter Project I have teamed up with the Muscular Dystrophy Association. In 2016, my best friend, who had been living with muscular dystrophy since he was a kid, passed away. For every purchase of a photo in the “Earth Forms” collection, 25% will be donated to the MDA. If you click the MDA logo below you will be redirected to my MDA donations page. Here you can read about my buddy Nate and understand why I chose to partner with the MDA as well as donate directly to the association.
“Earth Forms” is currently the lone branch of The Long Shutter Project, but I am actively looking for more ways to give back to other important causes. Down the road I hope to expand The Long Shutter Project, so keep checking back or follow me on Facebook and Instagram for updates on new branches and additions to the “Earth Forms” collection.