FLASHBACK: March 28, 2012

So, I’ve been trying to figure out how to remind people that I’m a photographer. COVID-19 slowed business to a halt, as it has with many, many other businesses. And even before that, publications in Louisville ran out of money for freelance shutterbugs. Of course, that makes it difficult to survive as a creative.

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HighlandsFest on Baxter Avenue

Misty and I had date night in the Highlands at the annual HighlandsFest. By Tuesday in Louisville it’s going to be almost 100 degrees, so a good warm, but not hot, Saturday evening around the more bohemian of people sounded like a good plan. Including that mean mugging dude above. Continue reading “HighlandsFest on Baxter Avenue”

SKETCHBOOK: Who’s A Big Sweetie?

So Dakota is spending some time at the Girton Compound and ended up celebrating his first birthday. But what’s a birthday without pictures.

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Amanda’s story

Amanda and Danielle by Tim Girton

I’ve been struggling to write this story for a while now because I want to do it justice, but the circumstances are such that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to express how deep my admiration is for Amanda (obviously a different Amanda from the last update). Continue reading “Amanda’s story”