Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Crit While I didn’t really “shoot” the Iron Horse this year, I did take a camera with me to the crit, and snapped a couple of shots. I kinda like this one… I think between the color and the action, it works.
Here’s a panorama I did of the Durango skyline. I printed a couple of these 88 inches long… they’re pretty cool that large. Enjoy.
My good friends, The High Rollers wanted a new publicity photo for various things, like promo posters, website, autograph pieces, etc. They wanted something that really highlighted the band with little in the way of distractions.We took this in February at Pastorious Lake. They suffered a little for the sake of art. There was a […]
Well, the new web site is a reality. There are still a few things that need tweaking, and there are still a lot of prints and other “products” to put up, but for the most part, it’s done. Let me know what you think. Hopefully, I’ll be inspired to blog more now that it’s done… we’ll […]
Was in Denver last week trying to drum up some business… spent an afternoon in the Santa Fe Drive Art District… lots of galleries… lots of studios… lots of art… another of the “things to do in Denver before you’re dead” (bastardization of the title of a movie I’ve never seen). I’m told first and […]
We put up some new images in the “Industrial” portfolio on the web site the other day. Industrial images are something I’ve been shooting from early on and I still enjoy it a lot. Some might think that shooting construction projects and the like would be totally different, and not so enjoyable, from shooting the […]
Well, I just found out that I won not one, not two, but three top three prizes in the Px3 photo competition. Px3 (Prix de la Photographie, Paris) is Europe’s largest (entries from 85 countries) and most prestigious photo competition, and probably one of the top five in the world. To say that I won […]