Monthly Archives: December 2013

Parker Family Photo Shoot – 12.27.2013

I was really excited when Claire had contacted me to take her family photos this past Friday. I had met Claire recently through our mutual friend, Alex Fox, when I was taking team photos at Globe Runner SEO in Lewisville, TX. Claire and her family met me at a local park in Coppell, and wow – what an energetic group! So full of energy, and life. Sometimes it’s easy to overlook the small moments that we all share, but with the Parker family, it all shines through.

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Portrait: George Clooney

In October 2010, I had the opportunity to shadow staff Getty Images photojournalist Chip Somodevilla on Capitol Hill. One of his assignments at the White House was to photograph actor George Clooney, who was meeting with President Obama in the Rose Garden. This is an image I took of George Clooney after his meeting with […]

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TENACIOUS: A Brief Photo Essay – Alexandria, VA

Late last night, I was browsing through my photo archives as I often do, when I found some images from an assignment I photographed one early morning back in Oct. 2011. I was in Alexandria, VA interning with former White House photographer Chris Usher when I was asked one evening to wake up early and […]

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The World Outside My Window – Time Lapse of Earth from the ISS

To echo Gizmodo’s Sploid (a news weblog formerly owned by Gawker Media), this is, by far, the most breathtaking time-lapse from space I’ve ever seen. Be sure to click “Show more” directly on YouTube for additional details about the sequence, including the geographies that appear in the video, the goal behind the filming, previous sequences, and […]

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Video: This Is Not a Photograph of Morgan Freeman

Everyone has talent. You have talent. I have talent. But the fact that someone possesses this much talent enrages me. To be clear, this is not a photograph of Morgan Freeman… From Mashable.com: “This incredibly realistic painting of Morgan Freeman was created with just one finger on an iPad Air, all in one layer. Artist Kyle Lambert is a trained oil […]

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This Is Not a Photograph of Morgan Freeman

Everyone has talent. You have talent. I have talent. But the fact that someone possesses this much talent enrages me. To be clear, this is not a photograph of Morgan Freeman… From Mashable.com: “This incredibly realistic painting of Morgan Freeman was created with just one finger on an iPad Air, all in one layer. Artist Kyle Lambert is a trained oil […]

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