Photo Essay:  My Outer Banks

Photo Essay: My Outer Banks

Photography is a game of vision, and vision is unique to each photographer. How each of us views a place is some complex derivation of personal experiences, learned knowledge, and personal attributes—all of which cannot be duplicated, only imitated.  It’s my...
Photo Essay:  Pinkshell & Flame Azalea 2016

Photo Essay: Pinkshell & Flame Azalea 2016

In March 2016, while I was photographing the annual spring bloom in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, Our State Magazine–a North Carolina periodical–reached out to me and offered an opportunity to complete an assignment to be featured in the April 2017...
Photo Essay:  Oconee Bell Wildflowers 2017

Photo Essay: Oconee Bell Wildflowers 2017

I lived in the Upstate of South Carolina for nearly ten years while I pursued various degrees at Clemson University. Neighboring Oconee County was where I went to find my “away.”  I’ve always loved books and learning.  To this day, when an Amazon...
Photo Essay:  Virginia Bluebell Wildflowers

Photo Essay: Virginia Bluebell Wildflowers

Each year, a small gap in my travel schedule allows a return to my hometown of Northern Virginia to witness and photograph the Virginia Bluebells.  Much of the early spring hype is focused on the nearby Japanese Cherry Trees in downtown Washington D.C., where visitors...
Photo Essay:  Spring in the Smokies 2016

Photo Essay: Spring in the Smokies 2016

Each year, as spring rounds out towards mid-April I make a pilgrimage to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  I’m never alone; the who’s who of outdoor photography will be in the same place.  Friends, mentors and those who I’ve only followed...

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