Goin’ Back


G oing back even further. Back to around 1980 to be exact. Back to a time when pictures were made on film. Black and white film called Tri-X. Its ISO was 400 but it could be manipulated in exposure and development. I’d like to say that those were the days. But, they weren’t. I workedContinue reading “Goin’ Back”

Last Chance Lost


T he original image is ancient. I was playing around during a snowstorm in New Mexico. It was one of my picture a day images. It’s shredded newspaper. Everything came together at once. I need to make a picture and I had a new shredder that I wanted to test. So, I shredded up aContinue reading “Last Chance Lost”

The Welder


I don’t always made normal portraits. In fact, I rarely do. You’ll never confuse me with a studio photographer who shoots nice family portraits. That’s okay. For all of us. But, there is a great backstory here. When I was working for The New River Newspapers in Virginia, the advertising staff came up with anContinue reading “The Welder”