I'm passionate about black and white photography, art, travel, nature, and living life to the fullest. I make finely crafted black and white photographs for home and office decor, art gallery exhibitions, film and TV set decor, and image licensing.
Thanks to Katie at Turning Art for alerting me to the fact that my “Antique Farm Machine” made a brief cameo in this video on TechCrunch yesterday. Very cool! Turning Art placed the photo at Formlabs in Boston for me. I love them!
I've just released my new portfolio of black and white photographs as a set exclusively on Pinterest. Take a look at t he Mesa Verde Photographs here .
Fine prints and licensing are available for all the photographs.
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I’m happy to announce what has already become quite a popular portfolio, my new black and white photographs of rain and fog.
View the slideshow below, or visit the portfolio page here . Fine art prints of the photographs are available.
I’m excited to announce that my photographs are included in the big new roll-out of Amazon Fine Art.
In case you haven’t heard, the world’s largest online retailer is (re)entering the art market, and with 40,000 works of art it instantly
ABCFamily TV show “Melissa and Joey” has continued featuring my photographs as a regular part of their set decor for season three. That’s exciting, and rumor has it the show has been renewed for season four. On the staircase from left
I highly recommend this brilliant BBC documentary (only part one for now) about mysterious (and previously unknown) street photographer Vivian Maier. Ms. Maier, now deceased, was a nanny who made 150,000 photographs, most of which were never even processed
I’m super honored to have a really great interview / write-up over on Top Photography Films , a wonderful new-ish site by Buenos Aires-based photographer Kai Behrmann. Go over and let Kai know if you like the site or my interview.
Read the Interview
A haiku by Jack Kerouac spray painted across a brick wall in tiny Adams, Tennessee
“In Autumn Geronimo
weeps — no pony
with a blanket
Those words looked like an epitaph to a dying town, when I read them on
I’m happy to announce that my architectural photograph of Milwaukee’s Mitchell Building will be hanging in the lobby of the brand-new luxury Marriott Downtown Milwaukee when it opens later this year.
Many thanks to Bridget, of DAC Hospitality
Thanks to South Llano Strategies for licensing my “Brass Door Knob on Texas State Capitol Building,” photograph on their new corporate identity. Nice to be working with people in my old home town of Austin! The business cards and Web pages
Big thank you to Carolyn at Artsy Shark art business website for naming me as featured artist for the day! Quite an honor for me :-) .
And thank you also to the well-wishers who left nice messages on my Facebook page as a result of seeing the post
On a recent visit to the Museum of Appalachia , in Clinton, Tennessee, I saw for the first time some startling work by a deceased folk artist I’d never heard of before... “Cedar Creek Charlie” Fields.
Some of Charlie’s work
This leaf with raindrops iPhone case is one of my newest designs for sale on Society6. Click the photo to get one.
I’ve added nine new designs to my selection of custom iPhone cases and iPod skins for sale on Society6 , bringing my total to
As a film buff and a photography nut, I was interested to discover these old film stills from the production of Spartacus (1960), starring Kirk Douglas, housed at The Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research . In addition to the photographs, you
Gene Wilder in Mel Brooks’ brilliant B&W film Young Frankenstein.
I rewatched one of my favorite movies a few nights ago– Young Frankenstein –and I was again reminded about its gorgeous black and white cinematography. Director
I’m very excited to announce the release of my big new portfolio of images made at Driftwood Beach, on Jekyll Island, Georgia.
Driftwood Beach is quite unique in that it seems haunted by the tortured skeletons of dozens of large, dead trees scattered
I’m happy to announce the release of my big new portfolio of black and white photographs of New Orleans. Prints are available in a variety of sizes. Interested in an image? Just click it to learn more about it.
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Thanks to Stephanie, at Photography Blogger , for featuring my photographs today, with a really nice little write-up too! This was an unexpected surprise for me. It’s always nice to be recognized and to get a little boost in awareness too. And I
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