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Ellie Portrait Shoot
May 19th, 2014

We shot this in the Chelsea studio (New York City). What a classic beauty Ellie is!

Makeup Artist: Christine Spadaro
Hair Stylist: Tatyana Boyko


Clermont Lounge Staff
May 10th, 2014


At the time this photograph was taken, Haley (top) had been bartending at the Clermont Lounge for about eight years. Bill – or Big Bill as he was nicknamed – did some work for the owners, random tasks, and at the time was living rent-free in the defunct Clermont Hotel attached to the bar.


Brian
April 28th, 2014

Brian hired me to help him update his headshots for a few different projects he was working on. After we shot the more traditional portraits, we had some creative fun and concepted the white-on-white look with a pop of color. He brought a great attitude to the shoot and we had a delightful time working through the various ideas. We ended up with lots of great images to choose from.


Brothers
November 22nd, 2013

Every now and then I photograph my friend’s kids. Boys at this age are sweet. Very rambunctious, and very sweet.


Architectural Shoot
October 16th, 2013












Selected architectural photographs from a residential build in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia.

Architect: James Choate
Landscape Architect: John Howard
Construction: John Wesley Hammer Construction Company
Interior Design: Jackye Lanham


Portraits of Reilley
October 1st, 2013




Architectural Shoot
June 10th, 2013









Here are some samples from an architectural shoot we did recently in Atlanta, GA.

Architect: James Choate
Landscape Architect: John Howard
Construction: John Wesley Hammer Construction Company
Interior Design: Larry Shattuck


Uganda Through the Lens
December 6th, 2012








My hard drive is full of photographs which have never been released or sorted through. It’s nice when I take the time to pull up some of them and have a look at my work – there’s nothing like giving a photograph a life!

The above photographs were all taken on my travels through Uganda back in May and June of 2008. Most of the photographs from this set came from my exploration of the capital city of Kampala or from my overnight stay in the border town of Kabale in western Uganda. It rained heavily that one night there. My room at the traveler’s lodge was so poorly insulated, I could hear all the people and animals splashing as they walked along the road on the other side of the wall – which was nothing more than a sheet of metal – and my bed was damp from the moist air. In the morning I walked around the streets with my camera for a brief time before packing the car and heading off to the Rwandan border.


Moroccan Storm
November 23rd, 2012

This is a photograph from 2006. After spending the day in D’Ouzoud Falls, a popular day trip Northeast of Marrakech, we headed back into the city after nightfall. Shortly after we hit the road a storm appeared in the distance. We pulled the car over and I was able to get five long-exposure photographs of the storm, just before the rain dumped on us.


Term Two
November 8th, 2012

After all the election shenanigans, I can’t say I’m not a bit relieved that it’s over…at least it’s over for now. I almost missed Obama’s inauguration. At the last minute, I made a few phone calls for a place to crash and landed my brother-in-law’s friend’s couch (which was a serious upgrade from the only other alternative at the same destination: the floor). We all got up at six a.m. the next morning, that January 20th, 2009, and made our way through the crowded streets towards the National Mall, which had been opened in it’s full length for the first time ever to handle the largest attended event that Washington DC had ever seen.

It was a long wait until eleven a.m. on a particularly cold January morning. With time on our side, my brother-in-law and I decided to part with our group and see how close we could get to the Capitol. It seemed like the best idea at the time. By ten a.m. we had made it through the 7th Street barricades, the 4th Street barricades, and into the ticketed area – for which we had no tickets. We scored ourselves a couple of spots in front of the reflective pool, right next to the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial, from which point this photograph was taken. Those were good times. Especially when it was followed by a cup of very hot chocolate.


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