Monthly Archives: December 2012

Vintage Payton

I decided this Christmas to photograph my niece Payton in a few vintage clothes my mom had in a dress up trunk. She was the perfect model. Three separate wardrobe changes and chilly outdoor temperatures were more than most adults … Continue reading

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Etsy Store

I get asked if I sell prints and in the past I’ve had e-commerce engines that were expensive to maintain and unfortunately didn’t pan out financially. So I’ve decided to give Etsy a try. It’s easy and relatively cheap to … Continue reading

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True Friendship

These hand shakes really mean something!

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Dead Celebrities

The Chateau Marmont in Hollywood is one of those rare west coast landmarks that offer both history and intrigue. It’s narrow hallways and unusually small rooms don’t offer much in the way of lavish living but for some reason celebrities … Continue reading

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My Muse

I can’t imagine what it must be like being married to a photographer but I know it’s not easy. Luckily Janet is always willing to take part in my hair brained ideas like holding a pose for 10 seconds while … Continue reading

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Chinatown

Chinatown has quickly become one of my favorite places in Los Angeles. Located about a mile east of downtown, Chinatown offers amazing shops, restaurants, and galleries. If I know I’m going to be in the area I often bring my … Continue reading

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Fist Bump

I had the opportunity to visit my uncle Dave’s ranch this past Monday to photograph his rescue dogs and I ended up getting a few surprises along the way. He and his animals have a special relationship. They give him … Continue reading

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