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Here’s a few from my ongoing portrait series of gay couples married in Indiana

By |January 28th, 2016|Categories: Syndicated Content|

In late 2014 the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Indiana’s law banning same-sex marriage.  I’m shooting a series of portraits of gay couples married in Indiana to go into the historical record at the Indiana Historical Society.  Here are the first … Continue reading Here’s a few from my ongoing portrait series of gay couples married in Indiana

Ad campaign for The Excalibur Resort’s awesome buffet. All you can eat. Don’t forget to gamble.

By |November 12th, 2015|Categories: Syndicated Content|

Ad agency Virgen created a fun campaign for The Excalibur’s buffet restaurant in Vegas and asked me to shoot a series of images that played on the “all you can eat” theme. Had a great time, and sampled a good … Continue reading Ad campaign for The Excalibur Resort’s awesome buffet.  All you can eat.  Don’t forget to gamble.

Portrait project for seed catalogue yields great faces

By |July 26th, 2015|Categories: Syndicated Content|

This project for the new Unity Seeds catalogue called for some dramatic portraits of faces. The Flatland‘s design cropped them even tighter than these.  Streetcast 15 subjects at a county fair for authenticity, which I would have to say, we achieved.  In addition to the … Continue reading Portrait project for seed catalogue yields great faces

Applied Arts Magazine liked some images from this project for its 2015 Photo Annual.

By |June 16th, 2015|Categories: Syndicated Content|

I shot this series in an older coal-powered generating plant in Richmond, Indiana, for the IMPA annual report.  Applied Arts ran some of the project in its just-released photo annual. I’ll be doing more industrial landscapes, scenes and workers as part … Continue reading Applied Arts Magazine liked some images from this project for its 2015 Photo Annual.