A great day walking around with my cousins and mom in the fascinating 798 Art District.
Get used to it kids, because that’s the developing world and the cost of the modern lifestyle. But, what do I know?
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
We started early this morning, my mother and aunt waking up around 5:30 and me dragging myself awake around 7:30. Out here on Lake Bruin, in rural Tensas Parish, there is not much to do except enjoy the isolation … Continue reading
I’ll try to resist the urge to crow any further about what fun I had flying in a helicopter on Monday of this week. I am working on a project for the Baton Rouge Area Foundation about coastal erosion … Continue reading
Everyone needs to get out of town from time to time. I certainly wanted to do just that this weekend. Happily, a few friends felt the same way (and several others expressed great disappointment at not being able to … 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