September 12th, 2012
Yesterday, I assisted on a very quick shoot (as in 10 min.) at the Prat Pavilion, UT for the new Lady Vols basketball players. They were great to work with.
September 11th, 2012
For the second week in a row Halls was getting crushed at the haft, but I got some better images this week.
September 1st, 2012
Thursday night I shot the Powell – Halls game and although the rain held off it was very humid. At the haft Powell was up 27-0.
August 30th, 2012
Well, it’s time to crank up the blog again as college is back in for the fall. I will now be only posting images from school related work here and the first one is a shoot I did yesterday at ETO Knoxville with owner Randy Schonagen as the first shoot in my internship! Enjoy.
November 9th, 2011
I have finally a remote for my camera and this is the first image I took with it.
November 8th, 2011
I’ve been kinda like this little bug, behind the blade of grass, just working!
This image was taken behind a friends house in some tall grass. Every time I would try and set up to photographic it from the front side he would move. So I just decided to get this image.
September 10th, 2011
In this interview, How Sam Abell Makes A Photographic, the great National Geographic photographer, recounts the story of his process in making a legendary image. So check out my FB page for it!
School is now in full swing…and the blog is also, welcome back!
June 11th, 2011
I had been planing toward this image for several days back in the late winter and one afternoon the lighting was just right. So now please vote for my photo at the following FB site in the Landscape contest by Liking it. thanks.
June 3rd, 2011
An unusual collection of sky objects was to appear very close together on the 31st. But with heavy fog I was only able to record on of the five.
April 27th, 2011
This old wagon, located behind the Big Bear Inn in Kodak, TN, offers some very interesting photo opportunities of which I hope soon to explore. But for now I felt that this image had a western feel to it with the different colored layers of the hillside in the background and the small pine trees. As you view this image think of where we have come from…and where we are going.