In late December I was asked by the Baton Rouge Foundation to shoot a short photographic essay about the recently initialed Baton Rouge Museum of Public Art. The shoot was to cover the prime mover behind the project, a … Continue reading
Taking pictures of Leonela is easy because she is a pretty lady and effortlessly photogenic. Beating here at bocce is considerably more difficult, but it is doable. And for as easy as she is to photograph she is equally … Continue reading
I had a shoot yesterday for a commercial client. After I had gotten the images that they needed I slapped the Lensbaby Edge 80 on my camera and parked the subject (named Cortez) under the shade of some oak … Continue reading
A few weeks back I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of the newly minted couple, Kate and Collin. The wedding took place at the house of the groom’s father. It had a beautifully maintained garden and yard … Continue reading
It has been a busy few weeks, planning and executing a seven part project for one of my favorite clients and squeaking in other work between those shoots. Between at project and my other responsibilities, I have pulled almost … Continue reading
A strong cell of thunder and lightning storms rolled in around 11PM last night. We get a lot of lighting down here during the summer, but very little of it is good to photograph because it is generally accompanied … Continue reading
This is Dan. Dan lives in the rooming house next door to me and he needed a ride to the meat store on Scenic Highway. As my week is dreadfully open (because I was supposed to be on vacation), … Continue reading
“As family, friends, some readers of my blog and anyone within earshot for Baton Rouge’s Ryan Airport are aware, I was supposed to travel to Mexico this week. My destination was Oaxaca, considered by many to be the birthplace … Continue reading
In all the recent dustup over food trucks in Baton Rouge, it might be easy to forget what a great sense of community they are able to generate. A local councilman (and brick and mortar restaurant owner who has … Continue reading
“Eggs are the sort of thing that everyone knows how to cook and generally has strong opinions on. There are tricks for making your scrambled eggs fluffy, incantations to say over your frittata and secrets for getting them to … Continue reading
Not much to say, been very busy with shoots, writing, house parties and road trips. But, I thought this was a pretty sight outside of a location I recently had to photograph. The Lensbaby Sweet 35 does it again.
This deserves a far better explanation than I can muster right now. But, I’ll just say that there is nothing better than an unexpected visit from a dear friend, regardless of the hour.