Lead by spunky frontgirl Ashley Miles, Vinyl Rhino is my favorite cover band in Frederick, Maryland. For years, they’ve rocked our bars with high energy hits from the 80’s to what’s current. Saturday night they stopped by Champions and blew the roof off the place. I was there to capture it on the newly re-released […]Read more "Rockin’ Out with Kodak TMAX P3200"
In the 1980’s, when I was a kid, my mother worked for the Carr Lowrey Glass Company in Baltimore, Maryland. Carr Lowery was a staple of Baltimore industry and was the birthplace for many famous mass-produced glass items such as the collectible AVON bottles of the 1970’s which were shaped like cars, antiques, people, animals, […]Read more "Keep Closed When Not In Use; A Tribute to My Mother"
Tricia is one my wife Stephanie’s best friends and today is her birthday. Tricia was one of the first people to whom Stephanie introduced me when we first started dating. And Tricia is one of the people who’s been most consistently THERE in Stephanie’s and my life to see us through our various stages, always […]Read more "My Favourite Photos of Tricia"
Ektar has been the name for various products from Kodak since the 1930’s. Apparently the word is derived from combining “Eastman” with “Tessar,” the famed Zeiss lens. Today, Kodak Ektar film is probably one of the coolest, most ambitious films that has been released in the 21st century. When it hit the streets in 2008, […]Read more "Film Review: Kodak Ektar 100"
In October of last year, my best friend Laurie was still pregnant with her, as we now know, beautiful little girl Clara. Laurie had scheduled a maternity session with my fabulously talented wife and partner photographer Stephanie Lee. Few people hire me for posed portraits and certainly not maternity photos but it was my best friend, […]Read more "Chronicle of a Second Shooter"
Yesterday, Thursday April 21st, 2016, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz and his entourage made a stop along their campaign trail at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in downtown Frederick, Maryland. I arrived at about 7:30am and TV crews I spoke to reported being on scene as early as 4:30am who shot live cut-in’s intermittently […]Read more "A Turbulent Cruz in Frederick"
In a world plastered with sleek, sterile advertising imagery, where even point and shoot cameras are over-complicated and printing/storing photos requires some amount of computer skill and file management, instant film cameras are a refreshing way to get back to TRUE POINT AND SHOOT PHOTOGRAPHY. We were all convinced that digital cameras had finally satisfied […]Read more "An Instant Wedding Photo Hit"