Category Archives: Photography

The Warm and Cool of It

With senior pictures, of course I do the traditional shots, with smiling expressions and classic poses. But I also like to mix it up, for the sake of variety and creativity. So it was that when Jamie, a 2013 Senior from Claremore High School, came to me, I figured that we would have some fun. […]

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Appassionata

I recently enjoyed the most creative photoshoot with a very creative couple: Jill and Jeff of the Appassionata Duo. They are both members of the Tulsa Symphony and are phenomenal musicians. She is a harpist and he is a violist. You really should check out their web site here. They met me at my studio […]

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RSU Public Television 25th Anniversary Celebration

Back in the days before there was cable and hundreds of channels from which to choose, Public Television singlehandedly nurtured my intellectual and aesthetic life with its programs on history, art, music, politics. And interesting enough, now that there are a gazillion channels from which to choose, Public Television still informs and challenges me in […]

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Great Gatsby

The flappers and molls, gangsters and style-setters of the Roaring Twenties were in full regalia at the Will Rogers Memorial on a September Saturday, when the stars came out and the Fall breezes were blowing. I enjoyed the privilege of being the photographer for the evening, and I had no shortage of people, dressed to […]

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Poses with Poise

When it comes to portrait photography, no one wants to “look posed”. In fact, I’ve had clients tell me, “I don’t want to be posed in my pictures”. At the same time, everyone wants to look good in their portraits. And, if that is going to happen, just “being yourself” or “acting natural” in front […]

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