Enjoying a beautiful day at Atlantic Beach, North Carolina.
About Me and My Guiding Principals
Two principles guide my personal and professional decisions. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication and if you can’t measure it, then you can’t manage it. I’m half analyst and half artist. Forming a web development business allows me to nurture and grow both sides of my personality. All the while creating something beautiful each day.
Early starts are mandatory for commercial fishermen. Zach Bruno takes a break on the way back to port.
The gift of confidence
I believe empowering people with confidence is the greatest gift you can give. This philosophy is a cornerstone in my approach to personal and professional relationships. Creating dependency is wrong. I work to free those I who are dependent on anything.
Jason Chamberlain practicing his craft in Wrightsville Beach, NC.
A work in progress
This website is always going to be a work in progress. It will continue to evolve and grow, adapting to the ever changing standards of web development and Google search algorithm updates. It will mature alongside me and reflect the knowledge I gain everyday. The only way I can continuously improve others’ lives is to continuously improve mine.
Revisiting the mountains that inspired me to pursue understanding the art of photography. Eastern Sierra outside of Bishop, California.
My grandfather gave me my first camera. It was an old Olympus IS-1 35mm film camera. After developing some acceptable negatives I purchased a Canon Rebel T1 35mm film camera from a Best Buy in Chicago. I was driving west in my truck, bound for the eastern Sierra. It was 2007 and digital was taking the market by storm. This meant I could get a high quality SLR on the cheap if I bought film. Two of the images I captured with that camera would go on to motivate and inspire me to continue my studies of the craft over the next 10 years. Here are those two images.
Bluebird Skies Over Mt. Tom. Bishop, California
Shot with 35mm Fuji Velvia Film as I hiked my way up through the snow pack on Basin Mountain.
Moonrise Between the Mountains. Bishop, California
A long exposure taken at night using Fuji Velvia color slide film.
A better understanding of light and how to capture motion creates more options for photographic exploration.
Consistency & Evolution
As I continue to evolve as an artist I can’t help but notice the consistency in that evolution. I still see the world the same today as I did when I picked up a camera in 2007. Now I just see more of it, have a greater understanding of why I see the things that I do. Some things never change but all things should evolve. There’s no such thing as staying the same, we’re either getting better or getting worse.