Some of my favorite pictures are made with a Rolleiflex. Pictures of me and my wife, pictures I’ve made and pictures made by other photographers all have involved the beautiful twin lens reflex camera that’s decades old. If you ever get a chance to own one, or use one, don’t hesitate. They’re built like tanks and […]
I love the results, but hate the process of film photography. Mailing film off to be developed, then waiting for its return and results. But sometimes I let rolls of undeveloped film pile up and time passes, so when the film comes back it is almost a new discovery of what I’ve photographed in the past. Here are some […]
This was a fun one to photograph and visit. If you love bluegrass, you’d really enjoy visiting Guy and Tina’s Pickin Parlor. Every Saturday night, folks get together for good clean pickin fun, food and really strong coffee.
I am still searching for the words to adequately describe what it was like visiting Uganda last year. Sheema, Uganda is a beautiful place. Coffee, banana and avocado flourish here; as well as the smiles of beautiful people. Rwamango Academy is where I met Bernard, who selflessly cares for these children, and sees that they get proper schooling. It […]
I want to tell you what it was like to meet the women and children inside Banda Slum, but I am finding it difficult to share everything in just a few paragraphs. So it is my hope that these pictures tell their story of hope and joy, despite their difficult circumstances. I hope and pray that you […]
To help combat our severe case of puppy fever, I’ve started to document the dog culture around downtown Charleston. Meeting the dogs is great, but meeting their owners is often the best part (yet sometimes neglected). Here are a few of my favorites (so far), from this ongoing personal project featuring SEWE’s DockDogs and the […]