The future of GPMoorePhoto.com

For many years I've used the name GPMoorePhoto as a twitter handle and Wordpress website. I like Wordpress, the template, even my hosting company, although it does seem slower these days. 

I have many favorite posts on GPMoorePhoto.com, ones that tell of the evolution of my work and travels. It covers everything. Therein lies the problem. It has people, special projects, my favorite Alaska expeditions, some writing about interesting people and grizzly bears I've met and although it has generated some image use enquiries, it really does my business, the business of creating images of people in places they love, people doing things they're passionate about, no real benefit. But I can't give it up.

If I could, I'd have two sites. This one, the people one, where images are clean and crisp and reasonably fast to load and another for special projects, perhaps travel in the same humanitarian vein as roles models Jeremy Cowart and Colby Brown. But I can't do that on Wordpress, the upkeep effort is distracting from the photography process.

So look out for some changes, and some cross linking as GPMoorePhoto.com focuses on special projects, landscapes, humanitarian travel and GeoffMoorePhoto.com becomes the home of people who love where they are and what they are doing.



Site goes live

So excited to announce that my Squarespace site www.geoffmoorephoto.com is now live. Check it out and let me know how it works for you.

It's a giant leap for me. 

Carl Donohue of Expeditions Alaska on Malaspina Glacier, AK

Actually that's my friend Carl making the leap after an energy boosting meal on the Malaspina Glacier in Wrangell Saint Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska.