The word "Portfolio" is so broad, but then again, so
is this section. I'm the type of photographer who likes to shoot everything,
and I do. In order to organize this mountain of JPG's, I've placed the actual
by -gum -sumbuddy- paid -me -for -this -shots into one pile ("Commercial
Work"), and the rest of the random images are divided into the terribly uncreative
categories of People, Places, and Things. But it works.....Surf
A collection of people
I have known (or at least shot) over the past decade or more....
Whenever I travel, I end up spending
as much on film & processing as I do on the travel itself. These
are some of the places I
left my money, and brought back photos.
Things is such vague broad term, it could be anything!"
This section is a more traditional sampling
of my commercial work, offered
as finite evidence that some people actually *pay* me to do this....
Below you'll find a few image series I've done over the years,
that I've preserved here for one reason or another.
The Civil War has fascinated me since I was quite
young, and I've always been a "student" of it. Over a period of nine
years, I photographed several re-enactments and encampments, usually from the
But once, I was lucky enough to actually don a uniform, and get
in the lines along with 4,000 others who were re-enacting the Battle of Atlanta.
The resulting series of images were my initial inspiration to create an online
Sometimes you just open your shutter, and Mother
Nature makes art. Such was the case on July 19, 1998, when a hellacious lighting
storm passed through the Atlanta area. Since the storm was miles away and there
was no rain, I stepped out onto my balcony and got these six
Fuji's Feline Tour, my original
web site, born April 14, 1996 about two months after I got my first computer.
This crude example of web design appears as if it might have been painted on some
prehistoric cave wall. It has mostly been left in its original primitive form
for sentimental reasons, and to keep me humble.
one photo of the Statue of Liberty replica in Birmingham, Alabama (featuring a
real flame), with equal parts of public documents like the Declaration
of Independence, and you've got an instant Lady