So it was a few short years ago when the first non-white president was in office. He was smart, articulate and generally had a good heart until he showed some signs of corruption around the edges due to the insane amount of bribery in politics. Mostly a good guy.
As the guy that wants to be the photographer you think about when you think about Louisville image makers, particularly in Old Louisville, I’ve vowed to make it a point to go on a few walkabouts in the neighborhood. It’s so diverse that there’s always something that will get your interest.
And here you thought Kentucky’s drink was bourbon. Continue reading “January 6, 2019”
On Saturday, our friends Megan and Jonathon made the short trip to Old Louisville to get some photos with their three-month-old son Mason. As you know, the weekend was sunny but cool however, Mason was an awesome subject and his parents weren’t so bad themselves. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Chatting With Dad”
So, as mentioned in my last post, I’ve been making photos of Whitney and Jaxon for a few years and so has Misty. But, if I’m not mistaken, this is the first time we’ve done them in Old Louisville. And I have to tell you, I love them and I love Old Louisville, so it’s a match made in heaven. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Whitney & Jaxon in Old Louisville”
I don’t have any empirical evidence of this, but I can almost guarantee to have more social media likes and get a new follower or two based on the fact that I am publishing a photo of a pretty girl. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Social Media Likes”
Because I’m the old guy, when Jaxon came over for his photo shoot and brought his dinosaur, the whole time, my head rang with, “Open the door/Get on the floor/Everybody walk the dinosaur.” Thankfully, I didn’t say it out loud. I think Jaxon would have just stared at me and tried to figure out what the heck was wrong with me. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Walk the Dinosaur”
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”
It’s been a little while since we worked with Lauren and Randall’s twin boys Easton and Lucas and we both said, “wow.” The boys are growing like the proverbial wildflowers and they act like boys. That is what I wanted to capture yesterday in Old Louisville. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Growing Boys”