March 2020 will be a historic moment in time that Americans will always remember for the onset of the coronavirus and its everlasting impact on society. Like many creative types, my work has suffered disruptions, both by social distancing and a general feeling of malaise. In addition, I found out my mother passed away at the beginning of the month. […]

Scoot Down the Highway was an award-winning image in this year’s 2020 Exposed DC Awards show.  It is the third image I have placed in the Exposed DC Awards, and my second consecutive show (Scroll down to see my past winners). I captured the image last summer outside of L’Enfant Plaza, where I work most days on a contract for […]

The day after watching the Rise of Skywalker, I wanted to post online, mostly a lament of sorts. But then I decided most of my commenting would be contextual within the larger context of the Star Wars Universe. So instead, I decided to rank the newest J.J. Abrams disaster with the rest of the Star Wars movies, from 1-11. There […]

Beats! , shot on 35 mm Kodak Portra 400 film. This street shot taken on film was shot last September on a walk to the bus after work. It’s authentic and in the moment. I love his well dressed Hollywood look like he is going to walk the red carpet, and his total engrossment in his media, even using his […]

For the past three years, I have endeavored to bring a little of the Day of the Dead spirit to the Mid-Atlantic with an annual photoshoot. In the past, I shot in Congressional Cemetery and in studio, but this year I wanted a little more of the authentic fun and joy of the Day of the Dead celebrations. So I […]

September 11 remains one of the most visceral moments in American history. Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling, who served as the logistics lead in the White House bunker during September 11, joined me to remember the attack through the photos. The conversation resulted in a special two-part Show Me Podcast. The photos in this post are just a few of […]