The Beaches of Boynton FL

This past week I took my cheapo $300 camera (My travel gear, Canon T6 and a Yongnuo 35 f/2) to Boynton Beach because I had never shot at or on the beach before! Lemme tell you, It’s waaaaaay harder than it looks! Not only are you dodging sand and critters, you never know when that picture perfect wave will break. Take a look at a few of the shots from the trip!

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

This post should be called, what can you do with a $300 camera and $80 lens (My travel gear, Canon T6 and a Yongnuo 35 f/2). On Wednesday I had the privilege of touring the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. This place is GORGOUS and the story behind it is even more interesting. Taken from

“In 1904, Jo Sakai, a recent graduate of New York University, returned to his homeland of Miyazu, Japan, to organize a group of pioneering farmers and lead them to what is now northern Boca Raton. With the help of the Model Land Company, a subsidiary of Henry Flagler’s East Coast Railroad, they formed a farming colony they named Yamato, an ancient name for Japan…


Our mission at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is to engage a diverse audience by presenting Japanese cultural experiences that educate and inspire.

Since opening in 1977, Morikami has been a center for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida. With rotating exhibitions, tea ceremonies performed monthly in the Seishin-an tea house, educational outreach programs with local schools and organizations, and Japanese traditional festivals celebrated for the public several times a year, Morikami strives to spread appreciation for the living culture of Japan.”

I was struck not only in the beauty of the museum and garden but how authentic it looks to Japanese culture. Take a look at the photos and see for yourself! All photos taken with a Canon T6 and a Yongnuo 35 f/2.

TDS005: Arcade Buttons and Beer with TJ Hutt

On this episode of The Disclosure Show I sit down with TJ Hutt, Craft Alehouse Arcade. TJ tells us a little about how he got started, arcade machines and their stories, where the missing Simpsons machine went, and the trials of getting a buisness going. Make sure you check TJ and Craft Ale House Arcade on Facebook at on Instagram @craftalehousearcade  and on GoFundMe

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The Disclosure Show


TDS 004: Learning to Do What You Love with MD Black

I’m super stoked to bring this to you! On this episode of The Disclosure Show I get the privilege of interviewing MD Black, International Brand Photographer. We talked about all kinds of things including entrepreneurship, being vulnerable, and her mission of working with woman who want to change the world! You can find out more about MD and connect with her at or on Facebook at

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TDS 003 Dying From “Exposure” in Photography with Sidney Tyler Lofton

On this long overdue podcast, I finally publish my interview with Sidney Tyler Lofton. Sidney is a photographer I greatly admire in Columbia, TN (check out his work here) and his work speaks for itself! We talk about photography, creativity, and dying from exposure. You can also visit his other project Shadow and Spark Macabre Photo located here or be a true patron of the arts and support his Patreon!

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TDS 002 Personal Finance and The Pitfalls of Avacodo Mayo with Thomas Sneed

On this episode of The Disclosure Show, I talk to Investment Advisor Thomas Sneed about personal finance, some helpful money tips, and why you should not buy that avocado mayonnaise even though as I’m typing this I kinda wanna try it. Find epsiodes and show notes at

The Disclosure Show


TDS001: Finding More Than a Place of Hope, Brian Suratt and Travis Hull

Welcome to my new/old podcast! I’m super excited to finally get this off the ground and moving! On this episode, I explain a little about the podcast and give you an amazing interview with Brian Suratt and Travis Hull of Place of Hope that came from the United Way of Maury County 2017 campaign! Links are below!



Place of Hope

United Way of Maury County


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