Category Archives: portrait

Thank you veterans

Maurice Eugene Jacobson, pilot in WWII    My dad was a pilot in WWII. He was part of group called the Carpetbaggers that flew after darkView full post »

Woman and kitten

Portrait of Ginger Peach

Terri and Ginger Peach    Ginger Peach is the newest edition to Terri’s family. Along with her little dogs, Lucy is the senior cat ofView full post »

The beginning of everything

Megan The story begins with a bride, Ryan a groom, Olivia and an amazing little girl. It was a day of laughter and tears and nerves andView full post »

Third annual Frame the Family

Holly, Joe, Autzen and Emma For several years now, Holly and Joe along with their two dogs Emma and Autzen have hosted Christmas dinner atView full post »

A family celebration

Holly and Megan These are my beautiful daughters. Holly (left) is the hostess with the mostest. This is the third year she has volunteeredView full post »

Fire drill

Day 686 – Most days my job is like working on a playground and tonight had to be a true highlight. The fire science program wasView full post »

A boy and his dog

Day 672 – Or a young man and his statue. My assignment for Project 52 this week was A project with a prop A Portrait of one personView full post »

My shutter buddy

Day 665 The assignment this week for Project 52 is one of those awful, evil self-portrait thingy’s for social media. I needed aView full post »


Cristina - Dia de los muertos Day 660 Project 52—Glamour look Totally off the scope for me. Glamour is not something that I would normallyView full post »

Recruiting students

ISO 100, 85mm, f/2.2, 1/250 sec By day, I work at a community college in Student Recruitment and Marketing. I love what I do, but when theyView full post »

617-Fantasy farmer

ISO 100, 73mm, f/9.0, 1/160 sec, 2-580 EX II—camera left & right, 1/4 power My assignment this week for Project 52 was to interview aView full post »

592 – One light

ISO 100, 85mm, f/3.5, 1/15 sec I had the pleasure of attending a lighting workshop with Zack Arias. To say that it was fabulous would beView full post »