HIGHLIGHTS


This page is a survey of my favorite pictures from each of the galleries. Here you can see how my photography has developed over the years. As my preferred images change from time to time, so does the selection below.

The shot at left is from when Steve, Dan and I climbed Mt. Etna in Sicily. I wouldn't change anything about it, except that it's from an old, 2 megapixel camera. A younger, stupider version of me made things even worse by cropping the original jpeg file.

MEMORIAL DAY 2007

VERTICAL CITY

JUNE 2007

SUMMER 2007

SUMMER 2007, II

AUGUST 07

It's out of focus and grainy as hell, and the color is out of whack, but to my eyes this shot still has the same impact as when I took it last summer -- perhaps even because of the color and fuzziness.

FALL ROLLS IN

HALLOWEEN


This picture is actually out of focus. I wanted to get Bill's shirt in focus but I missed it. Nevertheless, because the camera was pointed down a steep hill and the plane of focus is parrallel to the film plane, the picture has a dream-like effect. I also love the vivid colors, a credit to autumn in Tennessee.

ROMAN HOLIDAY

THE END OF 07

NEW YORK GETS A DUSTING

It was snowing in Central Park and I was struggling to keep the camera dry when I found these guys. This was one of the only days of snow I ever got in New York, and I took a lot of postcard landscapes, but this shot blew all that other stuff away.

URBAN WILDERNESS

MEMORIAL DAY 2008

CONEY ISLAND

STREETS OF NEW YORK

SUMMER VACATION

LATE SUMMER 2008

HALLOWEEN II

WINTER 2008

LOS CABOS

SPRING 2009

SEATTLE

OAHU

MERMAID PARADE

STREETS OF NEW YORK II

STILLS, STREET PILLOW

HALLOWEEN III


MODEL SHOOT 1

WINTER/SPRING 2010

HAWAII 2010

WEDDING 1

MERMAID PARADE 2010

WEDDING 2

SUMMER 2010

SEPTEMBER 11, 2010

COLORADO & NEW MEXICO

HALLOWEEN IV


WINTER 2010-11

SPRING AND SUMMER 2011



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