Portraits, elections, local celebrities, festivals and tragedies. Looking back at my favorite images from the past year.Read More
Photospheres of the year: Throughout 2018, I have had a lot of fun diving into this relatively new way of seeing and presenting the world in 360-degrees. Let’s look back (and all around) at select scenes from the past year.Read More
Hear my homemade glacier breaking up.Read More
Here's a photo for day 1 of 7 of the nature photo challenge for which I was nominated by my cuz Steven Trevett.
I now nominate Christine Beanie Clements to join the challenge! Christine knows how to escape from the city with a good book and relax in nature.
Post one nature photo and nominate a friend everyday for 7 days!
Photo: A man relaxes on a hillside over looking San Francisco on January 16, 2011. I like seeing how humans interact with nature. Humans don't take enough time to appreciate the natural beauty around us. The rest of my pictures in this series will attempt to come to terms with this. I made this photograph during a nice little trip across the country and back.
Toggle the slider back and forth to see Katie and Conway on the day they left for Burning Man in August, then see them on the first day of Katie's return from California.
Oliver does his best reindeer impression in honor of the holiday.
Oliver is using a box of applesauce as a pillow.
In the club: shooting the same scene, but from opposite angles.Read More
Tips for beginner photographers on finding and capturing a compelling photograph.Read More
The Southern rock/country band Miss Daisy and the Toad Hunters crafts songs inspired by life and family and inspire people to live life, love, and the persuit of artfulness.Read More
In this mid-year round up, I present my favorite work of 2015 thus far. Highlights include: winning a Virginia Press Association award, freelancing for the Associated Press, witnessing the first draft of Southern civil rights history, and being hired as the multimedia editor at The Progress-Index, in Petersburg, Virginia.Read More
Richmond celebrates today's U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to legalize same-sex marriages throughout the country. This ends the decades-long fight for equal rights to marry whom you love.Read More
In the early morning hours today, motorists and pedestrians noticed graffiti reading, "Black Lives Matter," on a large statue honoring the Southern Confederacy on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va.Read More
Every year along the idyllic pedestrian mall of downtown Charlottesville, Va., hordes of photographers gather to geek out for three days of "peace, love, and photography."Read More
Dale turns 30, gets a special gift, plays music and shares some pineapple upside down cake with a bunch of friends. (Video and photo gallery.)Read More
Opening night of baseball in Colonial Heights, Va.Read More
There's something about humidity and palm trees that brings 30-something adults and 5 and 7-year-olds together in a water gun fight in the pool.Read More
Because what's better than sitting by the river with a dog wearing a hat?Read More