My father acquired a 1955 Studebaker Commander, the car is completely original, the paint and interior is completely orginal as it rolled out of factory in 1955. This is a great sunday afternoon driver.
I just received the contract for the primary shooter for the Space Coast Ballet 2001 Nut Cracker ant the King Center. I shot the event a few years ago from the technical booth with my long lens as a second shooter.
Here is the link to past years event
I will be posting images here for sale after the event.
I was invited to shoot the event “A Taste of Tuscany!” for CPA Wealth Management Services. The event was an appreciation dinner for their clients. I was one of many vendors to help with the event. The evening had wonderful food, wine and live entertainment. The evening was topped off with Gelato, does not get any better!
Special Thanks to Jen LaRue & Leslie D. Carlson for all their hard work!
Photographing Heather Everett’s paintings is a bit more work than just picking up a camera. Making a very accurate print of a painting is not a trivial task. Understanding of the whole work flow from capture to the processing, even to the paper selected to use for the final output can effect the final image. Here is a quick video I made to show some of the work required to make a good print.
I was contacted by Christina with the request to use one of my photos for the cover of her book of poetry. I was very impressed with her work and gladly collaborated with her for the cover shot.
“Christina Hutchins’ The Stranger Dissolves is an exquisite debut volume. This superb collection is elegant, impassioned, and consistently wise in its reckonings. Few poets so carefully embody the mind’s oscillations during reflection, and the beauty of Christina Hutchins’ poems is simply beyond measure. More than any first collection I know, The Stranger Dissolves melds both mind (intelligence and thought) and heart with a startling complexity, intricacy, and intimacy. This is a volume to keep at one’s [Read More…]
There was a very positive response to the posted images for sale from the “Aladdin Jr Show” this year! These talented young people put on a fabulous show, hot on the heels of the impressive 2010 production of “Annie Jr”. Therefore, I am pleased to announce that shots from “Annie Jr” will soon be available for sale! Both shows were produced by Places Please! and performed at Henegar Center for the Arts.
Find the images here -> http://www.sluder.net/gallery-images/clients/annie-jr-places-please/