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Photo-kinetic grid

The North Carolina Museum of Art has been hosting “YOU ARE HERE” which is a collection of art that is primarily light, color and sound experiences. Entire rooms were taken over by an individual artist. Photos were allowed in every part of the exhibit but one that was a sound experiment using 40 speakers  in...

Veiled Woman on a Beachfront

This presentation at the NCMA exhibit was created by Theo Eshetu It is a kaleidoscope-like view of a woman in a black hooded outfit in the wind. The scene repeats about every 10 minutes.  It has a very ominous feel. Here are a few clips.

Father’s Day

To call yourself a photographer you need to feel natural carrying thousands of dollars of camera equipment around your neck all the time. We celebrated Father’s Day on  Monday, and even though the forecast called for rain, I took my Nikon 750D with 24-120 zoom to the rooftop bar at the Durham Hotel. Took these...

The Gowns of Biltmore

  More Biltmore images where they now allow pictures inside the house, limited to no interchangeable lens cameras and no tripod. The rooms have dark furnishings with minimal lighting and large super-bright windows – a set up that would produce bad photos with almost all small sensor point and shoot cameras. But they did not...

Moonshadow

Last night we came home about 8:30 from watching Spectre. On the way through the meadows to my house, the mist and fog was dramatic; low and tenuous and moving like specters surrounding us!  As I turned into the garage I looked back and saw an amazing dark landscape that I had to capture. I...

2015 Exhibit of my artwork

Today is the open house for my exhibit at the Orange County Main Library. I am displaying my most recent series “Fragments”  as well as the Reflections on Atlanta Architecture and my Abstractus series.  The fragments series starts with architectural subjects that are manipulated to stretch the boundaries of photography and challenge the perception of...

Prom Photo Bomb

Quijote (the dog)  loves company, and he loves to be in pictures.  He got a little silly when I was doing pre- prom photos for a group of seniors.

2015 Exhibit

My professional work in architectural and commercial photography usually requires accurate and precise capturing of a subject following all the rules of composition and lighting. To create fine art, I change the rules. I have been selected as the featured artist this summer for the Orange County NC Library system. 26 of my fine art...

Thanksgiving

I lost my father in February of 2014  My Mom survives, but her memory fades.  I visited her at Thanksgiving time – remembering all the great years we had huge family feasts.  Now she is cared for 24 hours a day at a Senior Care Center.  I am with my daughters, step-son, and sister. My...

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