Friday, December 25, 2009
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Another beautiful dawn down here at the beach. Cold and clear, a pair of swans were not spooked in the least and allowed me to photograph them close to shore. So idyllic, graceful and serene. I love the way the ice on the shoreline looks so surreal with those colors...super cool.
Friday, December 18, 2009
Lately it seems that I'm taking more pics of landscapes and the cats than anything else. Go figure. Let's hope that the tide changes soon and I'm back to doing more paying gigs in the new year. Here is Nico jumping the shark, so to speak, up in Vermont a couple of weeks ago. Just before the snows started falling.
Thursday, December 17, 2009
I was honored to be asked to participate in Michael Werner's project, Two Way Lens, in which he poses questions to photographers that he finds inspiring. Needless to say I am in some very good company. Here is what he says about the project...
Two Way Lens is a project designed to inform and inspire emerging photographers wanting to focus their creative output in a way that enhances their chances of finding an audience, being included in exhibitions and ultimately achieving gallery representation. The journey from inspired artist to successful artist is one that is often difficult to negotiate and hard to control. On these pages, I will feature the experiences and opinions of other photographers who I have found inspiring, and hopefully the knowledge they have built in their own experiences will be valuable to all of us finding our own way to sharing our creativity with the wider world.
Check it out when u have a chance...2waylens.blogspot.com
Friday, December 11, 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Tuesday, December 01, 2009
Just received copies of Georgia State's Law Magazine which has one of my photos on the cover of Bobby Lee Cook, aka the inspiration for "Matlock". Don't you just love his suit! He was such a great guy, interesting and full of charm. Took me and my assistant out for lunch afterwords to a local place on Main Street, where everyone seemed to know him. He is a star in that town.