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The best part of being a portrait photographer is preserving special moments in people’s lives. But there doesn’t need to be a special occasion to have your portrait taken. Sometimes it is simply the love that you feel for your family, or that your little ones are growing up so fast and you want to capture that moment in time. The same holds true with landscape photography. Each photograph I try to capture the feeling of you being there or maybe it will bring back a childhood memory you cherish.
When I am not behind the camera you will find me out and about in Southeast Kentucky with my wife Cathy and our two daughters, Alexis and Melissa.
August 04, 2017
Recently I had the opportunity to review a set of Lightroom Presets from Sleeklens. These presets aim to provide a much quicker workflow for the photographer while giving...Read the Full Post »
October 24, 2015
This October we decided to head down to Destin, FL for our yearly vacation. Alexis and Cathy wanted to go down by the Air Force Armament Museum while we were down there....Read the Full Post »
September 23, 2015
This past weekend I decided to head down to Cumberland Falls with my wife Cathy. Sometimes we take for granted the beauty we have surrounding us. Millions of individuals...Read the Full Post »
August 09, 2015
This past weekend we had the pleasure of spending some quality time with David and his Mother and Grandfather. I wanted to get some good photographs of David and his fami...Read the Full Post »
July 18, 2015
I've always enjoyed taking photographs of this mill located in London, KY. Whether it be snowing or in the middle of summer it seems I can always find a different view an...Read the Full Post »
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