Category Archives: Photojournalism

Love Story: Noel & Jim

Sometimes couples reach over and touch your heart, right through the phone. I had never met Noel and Jim before I photographed their engagement session, but they were everything I pictured. As Noel spoke about documenting her day and what she envisioned, it was like she gave me wings. Right there on the phone, I […]

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FAQ: Natural Light vs. Flash Photography

There are SO many options when choosing your wedding photographer.  Not only are there a million photogs popping up every day, but it’s hard to distinguish one from the next.  Most of the brides who hire me say they like the style of my photos, though they may not be able to articulate why.  Price […]

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Train Ride

Recently had the opportunity to take a ride and document an authentic steam train.  We were on some little known and barely used train tracks…but it was interesting to see how they used to ride the rails, dumping coals into an insanely hot furnace.  The guys who run it are pretty authentic too! (Above, clockwise […]

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Empty

It’s just an empty lot. If you drove by it, you wouldn’t think about it at all.  Probably wouldn’t even notice it.  But to these neighbors, it represents hope.  A change in their future. I interviewed people along this strip of road for a blight story I was working on last year.  They spoke of […]

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