Cassidy and Zak

Cassidy and Zak
Cassidy and Zak downtown enjoying a beautiful sunset


A Different Kind of Friday Afternoon

This image was taken as I was leaving a photography convention in New York City.  One of the major vendors is a Jewish owned company based in NYC. It seemed as if hundreds of orthodox Jews left work all at once to go home before the Sabbath started.  As I passed the men who were waiting for the bus,  I really wanted to take a picture of them, but I felt a little strange about it for some reason, so I quickly turned around and took "snapped" a picture as without even slowing down. 

Twin Prom Night

I had a lot of fun playing with this image.  It's a picture of my daughter Cassidy and the group that she went to prom with.  I took the girls head and put it on their dates.  I posted on facebook as a joke, some got it, some where confused.


Bride and Groom

I've been making some new actions (recipes) for editing pictures.  This one has a toned down look of yesteryear.  

Still Sweet at Seventeen

Today is my daughter Cassidy's 17th birthday, so I thought it was appropriate to post her portrait on my blog.    Cassidy is just as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside and my life is so much richer because I am blessed enough to be her Mom. 


Land of the Beautiful

This is one of the few times that I have posted a picture on my blog and didn't do any editing, why would you when your subjects are as gorgeous as these two ladies.  I felt like a little girl in a candy store when it was my privilege to be the wedding photographer and every where you looked, there were beautiful people willing to have their picture made.


This is my son Hunter who happened to be a guest at a wedding that I was shooting.  When I was editing the wedding pictures, it became obvious that the photographer had a special interest in Hunter.  When I spend long days in front of the computer screen editing, it's hard to do anything but smile when one of my children is in front of me, giving me a constant reminder of just how blessed I am. 


Cassidy on the Tracks

This is my wonderful daughter Cassidy at a photo shoot that I did with her in downtown Greensboro.  The train tracks are one of my favorite places to photograph younger people and there alway seems to be a train coming down the tracks whenever we are there.


I had fun playing in photoshop with this image.  The original image had the red lipstick applied in the shape of a heart which was fun, but for the black and white image I wanted something a little more traditional.  Thank you Nina for being such a wonderful model, it was a lot of fun, as always.