Discontinuing Photo-books For Now

I’m sad to say that I’ve decided for now at least to discontinue the sale of my photo books. If you didn’t know I offered them, shame on me for not doing a better job pushing that information out there! Background I pushed my … Read More

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Print on Demand Artist Websites Overview

This overview on Print on Demand services is something of a follow-up to my article last week about making my work available through Fine Art America. The discussion is likely of most interest to other visual artists, but anyone curious to know more about … Read More

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Color – The Eye of the Beholder

I wouldn’t have guessed this would be the topic of my next post. I have several bits of news and topics waiting off in the wings, but I’m very much a believer in posting updates as they become fully formed in my head and … Read More

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The Victims in Aurora, Colorado

Normally a post like this would be directed to my personal blog, but you’ll see in a moment why I’m posting it here. Friday morning, I awoke to the news like we all did of the shooting at an Aurora movie theater during the … Read More

Family Photo Restored

Just thought I’d share a little personal project on which I recently worked. My late grandmother was one of the world’s original pack-rats, and the good side of this was ending up with a pile of old family photos and correspondence. Sadly when you … Read More

See My Prints – Have a Meal!

File this post under should have announced this ages ago, but I guess better late than never right? Earlier this year, a new Jack’s New Yorker Deli opened up in the Atlanta neighborhood of Buckhead. Why would this be of interest to people reading … Read More

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The Magic of Finished Projects

Wow, I wish I had the words to illustrate the elation of finishing a long-standing project, but right now, I’m failing to come up with anything descriptive enough! It’s not hard to believe it was only last year that I started re-visiting the work … Read More

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Prices – They Are A Changing

It’s no lie that this has been many months in the making, but I decided the time had come to adjust my print pricing strategy. There was a ton of thought behind this, but I’ll do my best to briefly summarize those months of … Read More

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Bon Voyage 2011

As many of you know, I’ve been hard at work revisiting all the work in my print collections. Gallery by gallery, I’ve been re-editing work where I felt necessary (which for me is the fun part) and then deciding what prints to include in … Read More

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Award Winning Project

After deciding to leave Atlanta in mid 2009, I returned home to Montezuma, Georgia. While I wasn’t born here, I was young enough when I came here that I don’t remember any other place I’d call home. I had often taken photos here when … Read More

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