Shot for Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School at the Cameron Art Museum in July.
My son’s idea of a Senior Portrait. I wouldn’t want him any other way.
Before the Derosier-Towner wedding.
Take it slow. Relax.
Having a little fun with sharp objects.
Life is short. Take time.
Just relaxing and hanging out.
A competitive smile
New editions for my collection of old books. A big biology score.
Capturing an expression that has but one meaning.
Suave and debonair in this dramatic light, the best man gives us a charming, knowing look.
Bright sunlight on a cold January morning give the bride and her dress a wonderfully colored glow.
Sporting events are great places for memorable portraits.
Some days, things just don’t go my way.
Clear and frosted glass work together in this black and white still-life sketch for a forthcoming full-size model piece.
Sometimes, the best light for a classic portrait is the light that is around.
You just never know who the real angels are until you look a little deeper.
Ceci n’est pas une pomme.