NOTE: Blog posts dating back to May 2003 can be found here on the old blog. This is a new site, so I’m starting fresh for now.

R.I.P. Colonel Albert Mustard | 2000-2014

R.I.P. Colonel Albert Mustard | 2000-2014

Jessica and I said goodnight to our cat, Albert, for the last time earlier tonight. It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. On one hand, I think that puts me in a category of not having had to do too many hard things. On the other, and in all... read more
HarCo Cotton, Plans, Updates

HarCo Cotton, Plans, Updates

The HarCo Cotton series I photographed for The Mill in Fuquay-Varina is now available as an open edition for prints. I’m planning to update my portfolio soon with new work. My old work will be updated with more information about the shoots. Get your HarCo Cotton... read more
Still Isn’t Easy

Still Isn’t Easy

Disclaimer: This post reflects a religious belief, and includes a sunrise. I’m a guy that struggles with trusting people. I’ve struggled with believing that good is something that people can be. For various reasons, I believe in God. For a little while... read more
On My Way Back

On My Way Back

This building is impossible to miss while driving down Main St. in downtown, Fuquay-Varina. It’s a piece of history and way-finding gold. I’m always saying “Stick Boy is right past Ann’s Diamond Center if you’re going towards... read more
Destiny’s Senior Portraits

Destiny’s Senior Portraits

When I moved here from Charleston, SC in 2010, I decided to give wedding photography a long break. I had a vision of photographing babies and families primarily. After several shoots with babies, I realized that while I was decent at taking pictures of them, I... read more
Same Old Story, New Outlook

Same Old Story, New Outlook

I’m officially a year late. Last year, 2013, was the year of the selfie, and here I am rolling in with mine in 2014. I take a self portrait every year on my birthday. I started this tradition in 2010, so not much has changed other than a few more wrinkles and... read more

For Wesley, Jennifer, family, and friends.

We wore suits. We wore neck ties. We rolled up our hard small-town skin. We wore our hearts as tie tacks. We took off from our low, medium, and high salaried jobs. We skipped our master’s degree exams. We championed young professionals. We walked in a garden of... read more

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 #Sweetheart  Jessica takes some of my favorites and Skippy Jon loves his #furminator
 Gluten free pancakes gonna getchoo haa.  Skippy Jon Jones. Out like a light. Photo by Jessica.

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