Tuesday, September 23, 2014

"Fifty-fifty." — Lou Gehrig

Been forcing myself to shoot some more portraits and details on daily assignments, and to get a little weirder overall. It's fun.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

"That was the best ice-cream soda I ever tasted." — Lou Costello

Some days all you need is a bit of color and an open page to have a some fun. Stumbled across some warm colors right before Labor Day, the traditional end of summer (even though the Autumnal equinox isn't until the 22nd.) Thanks for looking.
Todd told me I made his day when I walked up to him and asked to make his portrait. Likewise, when he said that, he made my day. 


Friday, August 29, 2014

"You don't expect to be exhausted by reams of soul-sick narration and artful chiaroscuro compositions, but that's what happens."

My second go at the Midland County Fair. I spent a lot of time with animals and 4h kids, and less time on the Midway. It was a long week, but for the most part the weather was perfect (except the first two days where it rained.) Here are some pictures.

As a bonus, here are some pages! I designed Fair Folk (the Rodeo Clown kid portrait is Nick's,) and Nick also laid out the features page.


Monday, August 25, 2014

"An irredeemably dumb disaster movie with good effects and virtually no plot."

Catching up a bit on some blogging. I actually took a vacation in July, which was weird (although I ended up working a bit anyway. It was by choice so it's different, right?) As always, thanks for looking. And check back for the big FAIR post soon.

"Pain makes life colorful in dystopian adaptation."

I took some pictures of a barn.

And while on the topic of that color palette. A quick grab before the lights went down at a recent play practice.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

"Does it make sense? Not at all. Is it boring? Not that either."

The other day Manchester United and Real Madrid played a friendly at The Big House. I was stuck on one end of the field, so my shooting was limited, but it was still sweet. Here's some pictures.























Thursday, July 31, 2014

"When it's over, you'll find a contemplative hush has descended on the audience: a cinema turned, briefly, into a church."

Been lazy about blogging again. Here's something I was supposed to post a month ago but never got around to. And as always, too many pictures. Some diptychs, too. A story about twins leading up to their Ordination Ceremony. It was a fun shoot. Breakfast on the farm included. Again, sorry for the picture overload.