I helped chaperon my daughter’s field trip to Chucalissa archaeological museum today. I’ve never been so it was a pretty cool place to visit with her and her classmates - they enjoyed learning about Native American culture here in the mid-South. I didn’t have the luxury of bringing my camera along - I was a chaperon after all - but I was able to take this photograph of the museum’s logo with my iPhone.
Since my childhood I’ve been interested in Native American culture - their art, paintings, crafts, costumes, and culture have always fascinated me. I always enjoy learning more about and experiencing other cultures. I think by doing so it helps spark my creativity and helps me gain some perspective on the world around me.
I’m in the process of migrating my work to 500px.com - a fast-growing photography community that has a clean layout with integrated social media sharing. 500px has also teamed up with Fotomoto to allow photographers to sell prints, cards, and even downloads directly from their site. 500px has an option for users to post updates to a blog but I don’t like what I see. In the meantime, I’ll continue to post updates here and on my Tumblr to keep you up-to-date on when new images are available for sale and/or download.
I’m also working on an updated portfolio for my main site, TylerWainright.com, but it’s a work in process right now. My portfolio is also hosted by 500px.com and as they release more features for portfolio pages and I’ll update the site.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my photography or if you just want to say hi. Talk to you soon.