I had a nice time setting up an in-progress portrait with the Baton Rouge Arts Council’s Artist in Residence, Jonathan Brilliant. We talked about the Carolina’s, the rural driving age of 14 that prevailed in both South Carolina (his … Continue reading
It’s been a year since I was in China, time to review the images from back then.
I am an unapologetic super fan of Okkervil River’s music. Below is a link to their website and a link to their music on iTunes. If you have the time or inclination to give them a listen, I hope … Continue reading
I was recently approached by the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge to help document the arts in our city. Baton Rouge will never be New Orleans (for many reasons), but we do have a vibrant and unique arts community … Continue reading
I was able to slip down to Grand Isle for a couple of days to read Moby Dick and photograph the closest thing we have to a Caribbean island here in Louisiana. It is a unique sort of pleasure … Continue reading
Double any trip’s length with stops for photography and for the dog to play in the batture and the day will go well. Calling into the stripped-tree flats between the levee and the river sounds like canon fire and … Continue reading
Here we burn our field.
Dealing with copyright violators, image thieves and the general disregard for the rights of photographers is exhausting business [see image above for evidence]. I love working with all the fun and talented people at Reputation Capital. They bring me … Continue reading
Writer Charles Richard and I recently spent a productive weekend in southern Cameron Parish doing interviews and taking pictures for our ongoing book project. The Baton Rouge Area Foundation commissioned us to put together the book in order to … Continue reading
I have the exceptionally good fortune of doing freelance work for an innovative, personable and highly effective firm called Reputation Capital. They even brought me to Las Vegas for a week to shoot a conference they were participating in, … Continue reading
We had a series of hard freezes and even some snow accumulation here in south Louisiana. That’s pretty rare here in the sub-tropics. The weather was not overly friendly to the DJI Phantom 2 drone; the responsiveness seemed sort of … Continue reading