My landscape photograph, “St. Marks Foggy Palms,” was used as the wraparound cover on the 2023 edition of the Broad River Review. The Broad River Review is the literary magazine of Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina. As the 2023 edition contains 222 pages with 70 contributors, it’s more of a book than a […]
Metal prints of my landscape photographs are now available for purchase at Strauss Gallery at 1950-B Thomasville Road in Tallahassee (in Betton Place at the northwest corner of Bradford Road and Thomasville Road). The gallery is open Tuesday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
I am happy to share that the cover of Lawton Chiles High School's 2022 yearbook features one of my Florida landscape photographs.The yearbook photography featured in the design of the cover of the Chiles yearbook is my photograph of a Tallahassee canopy road, titled Old Magnolia Road 1.
I am flattered to be able to announce that one of my Tallahassee canopy roads photographs, Old Magnolia Road 1, was selected for inclusion in the Council on Culture & Arts, Tallahassee/Leon County's (COCA) Photofest 2021. COCA's Photofest is an annual, juried, fine art photography exhibition in the Artport Gallery in Tallahassee International Airport at 3300 Capital Circle SW.
This past summer while in the mountains of West Virginia, I stumbled upon an amazing scene one evening. I had taken a drive in the country not too far from the famous resort, The Greenbrier, in White Sulphur Springs. I was in an area with lots of fields butting up to the Monongahela National Forest where we often go deer viewing before sunset.
This past February, I had the pleasure of creating environmental portraits of Dr. Thomas Kent "T.K." and Virginia "Ginger" Wetherell on their farm in Lamont, Florida. T.K. was president emeritus of Florida State University (and an alumnus), former president of Tallahassee Community College, and a former House Speaker in Florida's House of Representatives. Ginger is […]