A short session on election day

To take time away from the madness we call “general elections” I took time to photograph Jess. As with my earlier images in my non-traditional sessions I wanted these images to carry a darker, quieter tone. For some reason Jess’s images were telling me to make them a bit brighter…. 

I had photographed Jess once before a year or so ago at Nags Head, NC. She is just a super easy person to work with and a pretty solid assistant! 

Okay.  Election is over…back to work.

Non Traditional Portraits

I was growing tired of colorful/big smiles kind of portraits.  So I decided to change things up a bit and create a more intimate and sober, yet intimate portrait for people.  A bit darker but pretty telling in the attitudes.


Couples or individuals…. I really liked the results.  

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Cystic Fibrosis-a Dance for 65 Roses 2016

This past Saturday I was once again involved in a totally awesome fundraiser called, “The Adult Prom - a dance for sixty-five roses” And once again, Jerry Sowden, my right hand man during weddings and this Adult Prom, was there to help out as well.  

If you click here you can read the background of this event and understand a little more about CF.  I am close to this event because I have known Ryan for many years.  Not as a real close friend at the start but as wrestling coaches for separate high schools.  We had coached against each other in the past and I had come to know him as a great coach and person and he is very well respected in the wrestling community.  When I heard about Charlee I wanted to do something.  Later on I had heard about the prom and wanted to do anything I could to help out.  

Please do yourself a favor and click on this link, Millennium Sound and on Riverside: The Inn at Cambridge Springs

The support from these two major league businesses are what makes this event work.  I say that with some reserve because the other sponsors and people that make up this event are both many and very very passionate about this event.  Please check out the sponsor page to see how many people and businesses it takes to make this the event it is.  The funny thing about all of this is that I am involved with this event other than spending the evening taking photographs of all the fun stuff and the attendees enjoying the evening.  I put in about 12 hours.  These other people put in hours, days and weeks and months. 

Please share this post if you feel the need.  The more people read and learn about Cystic fibrosis the more we can do to help find a cure. 

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