A few months after losing her 1-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback in a breakup, Leah a found new Ridgie baby to call her own. She called to arrange a session and sent a snapshot of what can only be described as a 5-week-old liver colored nugget. Continue reading
Here’s the thing about the eclipse: everyone photographed it. All of my photographer friends pulled out their strongest neutral density filters, motorized/GPS auto-tracking tripod heads (if they had one) and an extra-long telephoto lens to get the same three or four shots that every other photographer was getting, at better or lesser quality. I even have one photographer friend who was shooting for NASA (and captured stunning images). Not being an astro photographer and not having gear more attuned to close-up portraits, I was not going to contribute anything to all of the shots of the eclipse, itself. Continue reading
Whenever work or play allows me to spend some time at my “west coast office”, I always make sure to shoot at the Venice Beach Skate Park–renowned for it’s beautiful design that ties in with the spectacular surrounding, as well as for the high level of skating by skaters of all ages. Here is a sample of the images I captured on a recent visit (click any image to open the full series in high resolution). Continue reading
Along with more traditional performances in more conventional spaces, Agora Dance is known to break from tradition in both its choreography and its selection of performance spaces—like an alley.
Philanthropic Platforms – choreography by Sam Horning, performed by Cyndal Gilmore and Melissa Lineburg (not shown)
A pair of art images of Buddha sculptures in a bamboo garden, from a private collection in Chattanooga, TN.
Friday evening brought the opening of Artomatic 2017 to Crystal City in Arlington, and with it another fire spinning performance… and you know I cannot resist fire. Continue reading
Last week brought a beautiful Spring sun to DC followed by temps in the seventies. In February! But the dogs at the park didn’t seem to mind the abrupt seasonal confusion. Click Quinn to view the full gallery of his friends romping under a hot February sun.