Category Archives: Photography

The Urban Look

For senior photography, the “urban look” has been around for a while, so much so that it’s almost a cliché. Still, it’s a lot of fun. No senior portrait session is complete these days without at least one jaunt down an alleyway to find some grunge backgrounds and edgy light. Most of my urban photography […]

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Woodland Objet Trouvé

Okay, okay, so you probably don’t know what the term “objet trouvé” means in the title of this post. I apologize for pulling out my French in an attempt to be highbrow. But, what can I say? Every portrait photographer is an artiste at heart (oops! there’s that French again!) Hang in there, I’m getting […]

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Bella the Hero Dog

I make no apologies whatsoever: I have a super soft spot in my heart for dogs. So, when a family shows up for their portraits, and they bring their dog with them, it’s all I can do to restrain myself and not blurt out, “Well, all of you just sit over there while I spend […]

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Ranch Panorama

Here is an image that I’ve been meaning to post for quite some time. It was taken back in August at the Double R Ranch in Centralia, Oklahoma. This is a marvelous ranch in Craig County, owned by a fine gentleman by the name of Frank Robson. Frank had me down for a few days […]

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Autumn Family

On a cloudy, late fall day, the Aston family met me at Stuart Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was a chilly day for family portraits, but the daughter, Monica, who had organized the whole day for the family, was prepared for everything. She had a massive thermos of hot chocolate, extra wraps for family members […]

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