Category Archives: photography

Upgrading my site.

Please enjoy my blog.  I’m currently upgrading my website and will have an exciting new site up by this fall.

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Recently published photos – Iraq War Veteran U.S. Army Colonel Gregory D. Gadson

I photographed Iraq War Veteran U.S. Army Colonel Gregory D. Gadson for Guideposts Magazine back in November at Fort Belvoir in Virginia. On the night of May 7, 2007, while returning from a memorial service for two soldiers from his brigade, he lost both his legs and severely injured his right arm, to a roadside […]

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Photographing Endor Iron Furnace – Cumnock, North Carolina

I recently spent an afternoon in late December photographing the Civil War era Endor Iron Furnace near Cumnock, North Carolina. The Endor Iron Furnace operated from 1861-1864 and again from 1870-1871. It was built to take advantage of the iron deposits along the Deep River which it was built on.  During the American Civil War, the furnace produced […]

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Self-assignment – photographing in my neighborhood – artist JoJo Fekwa

I photographed JoJo Fekwa last week who is a painter who has set up in a small park just a block over from where I live in Washington, DC.  JoJo is originally from Cameroon and speaks six languages fluently. That is correct – SIX! – they are English, French, Spanish, and three tribal languages from […]

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Self-assignment – my 77 year old downstairs neighbor, Martin

Continuing with photographing people that live and work in my neighborhood.  About three weeks ago, I was heading out the front door where I live and the elderly black man, who lives in the basement apartment came to the gate of his front door. He mumbled something to me, I got close and asked him […]

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