Wednesday, November 30, 2011

New Website!

Here it is. I've finally put together Head over and check it out to see some more of my photos as well as a complete portfolio, multimedia, bio, and other goodies. I'll still be doing regular updates on this blog. Enjoy.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

A Colorful Week

Last week ended up being a rather slow week for shooting, but every time that I did bring out the camera, there was plenty of color. River's ran green, firetrucks were pink, Mozart was teal, and there was the red, white and blue of a Texas flag. This is what the Missourian was like over the last 10 days.

Green dye flows down Flat Branch Creek on Wednesday morning in downtown Columbia.

Jessica Crews, left, and Elizabeth Tate watch green dye flow down Flat Branch Creek on Wednesday morning in downtown Columbia. The City of Columbia Public Works Department and Trekk Design Group are using non-toxic red and green dyes to test the storm sewer and sanitary sewer system.

Drew Arnett from William Woods University rehearses the role of Mozart for the school's production of "Amadeus."

A photo shoot with some of the MU football players from Texas.

Kaleigh Turner, left, and Lexi Hayob look for a place to sign the JennieLee on Thursday afternoon on Lowry Mall. The truck is based out of Kansas City and run by Guardians of the Ribbon, a group of firefighters supporting women with cancer. It has been painted pink and on the road since September 2010.

Thousands of signatures cover the JennieLee. Notes from the hubcaps to the bumpers are both in memory of those who have died of cancer and in support of those currently fighting cancer.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Songwriters Guild at Sideshow

A few photos form a recent assignment for VOX Magazine at the semi-regular Songwriters Guild at Sideshow in downtown Columbia.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

High School Hunters

Two weeks ago I was lucky enough to go out on a duck hunting trip for new, youth hunters at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area. Here is the project I created on the kids I went with. Enjoy!