Friday, September 29, 2006


This photo represents a very different time in my life. I hope it can connect with anyone who has felt trapped or lost at some point in their lives. as a sidenote I would like to say thank you to all the people who called me friend even in those darkest of days. you know who you are and I love you

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This was my attempt at surrealism. I like that concept but honestly it wasn't worth the trouble.
however it does give me an excuse to tell this joke... How many surrealists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?...........Fish

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Homemade Fashion

This is a Fashion shoot I did at the old train depot here in Asheboro. the shoot was a lot of fun and it was nice to show off the dresses because after hours of searching in stores we finally just decided to buy some fabric and make the dresses. these two dresses were designed by my roomate (Beefy) and I with some help doing the pinning from Melissa.

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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Apple Fire

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! gather round to see the amazing fire knife! it slices it dices and it can even cut so hard and so fast that it set an ordinary apple a blaze! the possibilities with this knife are endless! you could entertain your friends, cut down a small tree, get rid of some unwanted family members or even use it help prepare a meal! this knife is not sold in stores! in fact... its so dangerous its not sold ANYWHERE!

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Friday, September 22, 2006


This is a piece entitled "Eve". The model here is My love, Alyson Peck

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This was a lifestyles assignment. Everyshot in this series needed to have 2 or more people and they must have a computer in them. I very much enjoyed this assignment, I used Monolights to enhance the natural lighting that was already in the room. My models, Mel Stanley and Lee brown were very easy to work with and made this assignment a lot of fun to do.

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Thursday, September 14, 2006

Snivaling Fencer

D200 f/22 @ 1/250

This is a portrait in the style of Annie Leibovitz. I was illustrating that this state champion Fencer turns into a snivaling girl with his suit off.

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D200 f/16 @ 1/250

This is a very sweet girl who I photographed on white. I really enjoyed this shoot because i was able to show a nice side of her personality.

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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Irish Headshot

1/250 @ f/16.5, ISO 100, Nikon D200

These two images are from a photoshoot I did as a self promotional piece. I really like the way the final product came out. the second shot is just pulled back enough to see my basic lighting set up for part of the shoot.

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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Sin City Inspired Portrait

This is a portrait done of Dylan that was inspired by the film "Sin City". I shot this on film and scanned in the negative with a much dust and scratches as I could to give it a gritty look.

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Nathan's Apple Turnover

This photo was shot at 1/250 @ f/16 using speedotron strobe lighting

These are a few apple desserts that I created one night in search of an apple dessert I would enjoy. The dessert consists of chopped green apple (including peels) mixed with cinnamon wrapped inside slices of pie crust. If you want to try the recipe out just cook for about 15 minutes @ 400 degrees.

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Friday, September 01, 2006


these were a couple of shots I did at Asheboro High School with one of the biology teachers BRAIN! Muah ha ha. sorry I had to do that. this was shot with my D200 at 250 @f/16 2/3. i used a softbox for the backdrop and i like it but i is a bit wrinkled.

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Portfolio Pieces-Poker and Willow

This is a very personal piece I did for my portfolio. again its on 4X5 transparency which really makes you become more intimate with your subject. I'm not sure why but this piece really means a lot to me.

This is a piece I shot on 4X5 transparency film. it was a lot of fun to light but keeping animals sitting up was difficult

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