SKETCHBOOK: Running For It

So Misty and I were thinking, what do you do when you have a photo shoot with active twin boys? You let them be boys and hope you, as a photographer, can keep up. As the photographer, I can tell you, it was as fun as it was challenging. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Running For It”

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SKETCHBOOK: Vision of Love

The recent hate explosion can be disheartening to a person like me. I spend my time being positive and trying to create positivity around me, despite some of the darker events going on around me. It takes effort to overcome the strikes I was born with. Being black and male makes a certain segment of the population hate and fear me. Just by looking at me. And the recent event in Charlottesville and the upcoming rally just down the road in Lexington prove that point. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Vision of Love”

SKETCHBOOK: Hamming It Up

In the last few days I was looking forward to spending some time with 3 year old Kendall. She’s a bundle of energy and is the very definition of perpetual motion. Standing still doesn’t really work well for her, or any three-year-old for that matter. The best part is that her exuberance is contagious. I worked 8 hours at my day job and with Kendall’s help, I could have gone another 8 running around and taking photos of her. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Hamming It Up”

SKETCHBOOK: Fathers and Daughters

I’m a sucker for photos of fathers and daughters. Perhaps it’s because I love my own daughter, Talia, so much and I remember those days when she was tiny and I was her protector. And that’s a job I took seriously because I felt like by letting her fly but also being there if she ever fell, I was letting her find her way in life while also serving as the soft landing mat just in case. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Fathers and Daughters”