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Alaska

My first visit to Alaska. It is a land that easily reminds us that our creator is the original artist. I took over 900 images during the week.  Ansel Adams said, “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.” With that in mind, I culled through to find the 5 photos that were significant to me.

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Charlotte Motor Speedway and NBCF

This has been a great month so far for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (of which I’m the C.O.O). As you probably know, October is breast cancer awareness month.  The NASCAR community has been very supportive of our cause this October.  I’m going to post a batch of photos from Talladega Super Speedway this week.  […]

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Creating a Monet from a photo

I just recently had the great fortune of visiting Claude Monet’s very famous home and garden in Giverny, France. Considered the father of impressionistic painting, Monet actually retired in this estate and started a school for younger artists eager to learn from the master.  Several of Monet’s greatest pieces were his attempt to capture the […]

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Alex Baker Photoshoot

I had the pleasure of photographing a very special young lady last weekend named Alex Baker.  Remember that name, ’cause she’s going to be famous one day. 🙂 Alex is an aspiring actress and and a talented singer and musician.  Here’s a sampler from her senior portrait session.

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