• An Archive of Visual Inspiration

    Faded & Blurred is no longer being actively updated but will remain live as a source of education and inspiration—an homage to the art and craft of photography and the people who make photographs. For new content, including podcasts, interviews and editorials, visit:



“From the whole of what I examine I look for the interesting, the minutia that made me stop in the first place, and from that I create a new abstract piece of art.” A Pandora’s box of possibilities appears when you begin to consider the question “what is art?”, and if you’ve spent any time […]

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Fraction // A New Series

My photographic work always starts by wandering around, roaming the streets without a destination in mind. By using reflections and transparency, I capture multiple layers in a single exposure to construct an abstract and textured representation of reality. Although I started out with a street photography approach, I have noticed that people are becoming less […]

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“There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.” – Pablo Picasso   Dario Moschetta The gorgeous, glitchy, frenetic paintings of Dario Moschetta are a recent find of mine—in fact, I couldn’t tell you […]

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“Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous.” – Bill Moyers   Alexandre Farto I am absolutely fascinated by the work of Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto who, in addition to using found objects and materials, carves his large-scale dramatic portraits directly into the surfaces of walls and buildings. I love that his work can only […]

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“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human.” – e. e. cummings   The After Life of Things San Francisco-based photographer David Wolf has created a fascinating body of work documenting items that have outlived their usefulness and have been cast aside—detritus left behind in the […]

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“Creativity is putting your imagination to work, and it’s produced the most extraordinary results in human culture.” — Ken Robinson   Affinity Photo If you’re a Mac user looking for an alternative to Photoshop, the folks at Serif just might have you covered. Affinity Photo was designed from the ground up to edit photos and […]

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Doug, Country Music and a Dozen Eggs

“Just because something’s old don’t mean it’s outta style.” – Doug Eaton, Kensington Television Service Just north of Washington DC is the town of Kensington, Maryland. Part of Montgomery County, it began in 1873 as Knowles Station, a stop on the recently completed Metropolitan Branch of the B&O railroad. It became Kensington in 1894 when […]

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