November Artist in Residence

The month of November is going to be pretty exciting.  The Spring Hill Arts Center has selected me to be the second artist in residence.  The city of Spring Hill, TN recently purchased the Rippavilla Plantation, which is the host location of this new program. Several of my brushed aluminum prints will be on display throughout … Continue reading November Artist in Residence

Eads Bridge Photo in St. Louis Magazine

I am happy to finally announce that one of my images was included in an article entitled "101 Things Every St. Louisan Must Do". Number 25 on the list encourages locals to cross the Eads Bridge. A designer for the magazine contacted me in September about using my photo for the article.  They found the … Continue reading Eads Bridge Photo in St. Louis Magazine

Farm Photography

I grew up in the midwest, surrounded by corn and bean fields.  As a photographer that likes to shoot landscapes, this time of year is marked with an explosion of colors, but the harvest is proceeded by the opposite.  Greens turn to brownish hues.  It's an interesting contrast.  Despite living in middle Tennessee now, I … Continue reading Farm Photography

Yellow Umbrella Photography Featured in September Issue of Shutter Magazine

I am excited to announce that two of my photos have been selected for the Inspiration section of the September 2017 Issue of Shutter Magazine.  This month was the Black and White photo edition.  The first picture is a night shot of the War Memorial Plaza, in Nashville, TN.  The second image is of a … Continue reading Yellow Umbrella Photography Featured in September Issue of Shutter Magazine

Lipscomb University Project Update

Yesterday we completed the installation of the Lipscomb University focal picture. The picture was printed and installed by the team at Scott Large Format. The signature edition print was split across 2 panels of brushed aluminum. The UV treated ink protects against fading and is scratch resistant. This was an amazing opportunity to work with … Continue reading Lipscomb University Project Update