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”
I got an e-mail from Demotix, the agency that represents my photos to ask if I was going to go out and some snow photos. Not the kind I did with Emma and London here, but more on the photojournalistic side. I replied that I was heading out straight away. Those photos can be seen, and licensed, here.
For the 9th year in a row, the Highlands hosted the Louisville Zombie Attack, the world’s largest zombie walk. It’s an incredible sight to see an estimated 20,000 participants decked out in various stages of zombificaion. Continue reading “Another zombie attack in the Highlands”
Because Louisville is weird, you don’t bat an eye when you hear about something called the First Annual Gravy Cup. The biscuits and gravy competition happened yesterday at the Monkey Wrench and I covered the fun Continue reading “Gravy masters invade the Monkey Wrench”
As a professional photographer, I’m blessed with admission to some of the coolest places in the Ville. The camera serves as an amazing passport as I witness the enormity of the good things in the city. On Saturday, Continue reading “Eastern Europe, the DJ battle and the Cards”