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About 10 years ago I picked up my very first DSLR a SONY Mirrorless camera, I started taking online courses, reading up on books, and pretty much taught myself…

I put my film camera down to shot with my old trusty Canon. These are the kinds of shoots that got me into this industry. That and long exposure water shots, I…

Photo series inspired by one of my favorite horror movie franchises "The Purge" This light up mask is one of my favorite props that I've used. You can do…

I believe every photographer has a comfort zone, a subject matter that they feel the most at home taking. I've always been pretty good at taking my camera for a…

I wanted this series to look like something out of a schlocky 1970's Grindhouse horror film. The kind that would have played at a seedy drive in theater on the…

Just over 5% of airline pilots worldwide are female, according to the International Society of Women Airline Pilots. This means that for every twenty flights…

I had so much fun with this shoot! They were all so incredibly nice! This was the largest family I have shot while also trying to get the dogs in. At the end of…

Well it's bee pretty good this year. Fall lasted longer then normal with temperatures that almost broke records from 50 years ago. This time of year I find…

This Female was perched in a Hawthorn Bush singing away to her hearts content. Not many red berries left to nibble on.

This Female Reed Bunting was perched in amongst the Dog Roses that now have many Hips ripe at RSPB Old Moor near Barnsley in South Yorkshire England.

So this is my personal trainer who has been helping me stay in shape and in love with myself. When she asked me to do a shoot I was over joyed. With most people…

Mallard Duck Female preening beside the lake. This bird must have spent about 15 minutes no stop doing this.

Sparrow-sized but slim and with a long, deeply notched tail, the male has a black head, white collar and a drooping moustache. Females and winter males have a…
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