First off, a portfolio of my photographic work is at vossbrink.net.
I’m also on tumblr at kensabe.tumblr.com.
For new readers interested in old posts, the best place to begin is my Welcome New Followers blogpost.
When I started this blog, I did not expect it to turn into as much of a photography blog as it has. I expected the photography category to be for posts mining my photostream as I tried and make sense of what I’ve produced. Instead I’ve found that I’m posting a lot about the nature of photography and photographs.
I follow a lot of photography blogs and photography people on twitter. There’s always some meta-narrative going on and I’ve found that I’m as interested in thinking about what I’m doing as I am in actually doing it. My thoughts generally go beyond what’s feasible within a tweet or blog comment and anyway, the best way to respond to someone else’s blogpost is to write your own.
I also see a lot of photography in museums and look at photobooks. I try to post reviews of what I see. Those reviews all end up in the photography category as well.
While I’m writing, I am also posting a lot of my own work. These are marked by the gallery category. The purpose of those postings is to work through my photographic identity. A number of those postings did indeed help me put together my portfolio.