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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.
July 10, 2014
For the last two weeks, my family and I have been on vacation. Two glorious, relaxed weeks of doing what we wanted to do when we wanted to do it (mostly). It is the first...Read the Full Post »
June 05, 2014
Post-processing is a reality today if you shoot digital. And it's easy, when you're just starting out, to be a bit heavy-handed with your post-processing. Those sliders i...Read the Full Post »
June 02, 2014
On Friday night, a great group of friends from the West Texas Photographic Society got together for an excursion to Fort Griffin State Historic Site to do some light pain...Read the Full Post »
April 19, 2014
Last weekend we took a short trip to Ennis, Texas in search of bluebonnets. If you're from Texas, you know that the bluebonnet is the state flower, and is one of the most...Read the Full Post »
March 28, 2014
One of my favorite places close to home is the little community of Buffalo Gap. It's only about 20 miles south of Abilene, but it's a different world. Aside from the stat...Read the Full Post »
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