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 09, 2013
The West Texas Photographic Society, of which I am its newly elected President, took a field trip to Fort Chadbourne this past Saturday. First, a little history: Fort Ch...Read the Full Post »
March 30, 2013
About 20-odd photographers (some of them VERY odd) met this morning to do a Photowalk sponsored by Fotowork Studios here in Abilene. The Fotowork minions had secured perm...Read the Full Post »
January 24, 2013
I've had a pot of daisies on my shelf for a while now, and I've been watching them change every day. I'm actually surprised they've lasted as long as they have. Every few...Read the Full Post »
January 12, 2013
Spent part of the day today at Fort Chadbourne, and saw something I'd never seen before: A buffalo and a Texas Longhorn sparring. I was about 20 feet away and couldn't be...Read the Full Post »
January 11, 2013
I dug out my fly-tying box today to look for macro subjects. I forgot that I had a couple of turkey feathers in there, which I've typically used to tie the wing case for...Read the Full Post »
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