Father, we ask you to bless and sanctify this broken bread, so that those who partake may remember your son, Jesus Christ, and so that they can witness to you, God, that they’re willing to do three things: take the name of Christ, always remember him, and keep his commandments. And they do this so […]
I went to DC to watch my brother receive his officer’s commission with the U.S. Marines (he’s now a second lieutenant). While I was there, my friend Leah took me to the DC LDS Temple. If I got any good shots, it’s all thanks to her. Merry Christmas everyone!
My mom wanted me to make this so she could frame it and give it to her Beehives. We printed 20 on various shades of cardstock. She found some frames at Walmart that have a matte for two 4×6’s. If you take that out, the opening is 11.5×4.5, and that’s the size we used. And […]
I got this shot right after my cousin Chase’s wedding. Congrats to him and his beautiful wife! I’d also like to honor my friend Ashley with this post. She was also married here, and she’s been the paradigm of friendship over the years. We have two versions of this print. First there’s a landscape version: […]
These are two of my favorite photos from my Utah adventures over the last few years. There are some beautiful site in this state. Some people might shy away from desert landscape, but I really love it. If you’d like prints of these, you can order them in our store. Delicate Arch of Arches National […]
I did this shoot some time ago. But I’ve been busy launching this new site, so it took a while to get around to retouching the photos. I went to the Oquirrh Mountain Temple open house when it opened a couple years ago. I’ve since been back a few times. The interior is beautiful as […]
This temple is a little hard to shoot because of the giant houses crowded around it. But as luck would have it, I was able to shoot this from the back porch of one of them (that looked like a castle). Whoever buys the house is going to have an excellent view of the Lord’s […]
This is one of my favorite quotes, as written by Mormon in a letter to his son Moroni. Mormon was a noble warrior, leader, and strategist. But he was also a great spiritual leader—one who stayed close to the Lord even when it was so unpopular. Moroni 8:16 I speak with boldness, having authority from […]
I was singing in the shower, as I occasionally like to do, and I was like, wow, that’s a powerful line! So I got out and designed this print. Here’s the line, from LDS hymn #105: No waters can swallow the ship where lies the Master of ocean and earth and skies. And here’s the design, well, […]
I’d like to create a really cool looking typographic design of your favorite quote from this conference. (I was thinking of doing “Observe then serve,” or “Never postpone a prompting,” or maybe something from Elder Uchtdorf’s talk, which was my favorite this time around—I guess I just needed to hear it.) But I’d like to […]
Here’s my latest piece of Mormon typography: a Holiness to the Lord print. Sometimes I think this phrase is so simple that we overlook the depth that it contains. But it resounds. It’s significant that it’s etched into the stone of most of the temples around the world. We go to the temple to worship […]
Just send them this video. It’s a great overview. It would actually make a great family home evening, if you’re looking for ideas. You could show the video and then have the kids ask questions about what they didn’t understand.
I saw this infographic on a post from Bryce Haymond’s TempleStudy.com. It’s originally from MormonTopics.org, though I can’t find the specific URL. I actually have a public Google Doc MASTERLIST for tracking the temples. Feel free to load it and modify the temples in your area (to make sure my info is accurate). I hope to […]
I love how Christ wraps up the whole gospel into these two short phrases. Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. […]