Category Archives: Art

In the American West

Years ago, I had the opportunity to take a week long workshop with renowned celebrity and portrait photographer Mark Seliger. He’d been cajoled and ultimately convinced by a friend to teach at the Santa Fe Workshops in New Mexico. Teaching … Continue reading

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Notes on Photographing the Coachella Music Festival

This past weekend I took the opportunity to attend and photograph the three day Coachella Music Festival in the desert near Palm Springs. I’d wanted to go for the past couple of years to photograph it as part of a … Continue reading

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From Good Photography to Great: Personal Work

Warning! The images that accompany this post are graphic, potentially offensive, contain partial nudity and may not be suitable for viewing at work or with young people.  In my last blog post, I wrote about how important personal work is … Continue reading

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Jerry Ghionis Wins WPPI 2012 Album of the Year – Again

Sometimes Jerry Ghionis just makes me sick. He’s always winning awards, getting all kinds of acclaim, gets the beautiful girl, and even jumps in with the band as lead singer. But truth is, he’s a great guy and is a … Continue reading

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“Don’t Say Cheese” – Pacific Magazine Article

Ever wonder what your online business coach does when he’s not writing about business issues and sounding all businesslike? Well, he’s sometimes (and sometimes often) out drinking with camera in hand. Or photographing with drink in hand. Not sure which … Continue reading

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