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I've had a camera in my hand since I was a kid growing up in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny Plateau, and now, years later, have had articles and photographs published in Professional Bowhunter, Texas Highways, and the Abilene Reporter-News. I've photographed a wide variety of subjects for assignments, for personal projects, and for clients. At the end of the day, I find myself captivated with life and all its attendant emotion and wonder, and work at creating compelling images that are aesthetically and emotionally moving and full of life.
May 20, 2015
This past weekend, I went on a men's retreat with a large group of dudes from church. During the course of the weekend, one of the speakers reminded me of a passage I'd n...Read the Full Post »
May 10, 2015
A group of us from the West Texas Photographic Society took a short field trip to the Abilene Zoo this past Saturday. There was a bit of wind, but there were a lot of clo...Read the Full Post »
May 03, 2015
After several years without the annual airshow at Dyess Air Force Base, due to budget cuts, the powers that be finally saw the error of their ways and reinstated the annu...Read the Full Post »
April 30, 2015
Last weekend my wife and I made our annual pilgrimage to the Texas hill country to photograph wildflowers. Admittedly, we were kinda late this year, and the bluebonnets w...Read the Full Post »
April 08, 2015
As I see it, there are two iconic wildflowers that mark the Texas spring: Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush. They are iconic because they are both quite showy, and becaus...Read the Full Post »
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