A huge thank you to the most well-known classical pianist in the world, Lang Lang, for sharing my images on Twitter and Facebook. Within 12 hours, the Facebook post had generated over 2,000 likes!
I had to include a quick photograph from yesterday’s Santa session at The Paramount Theater of Charlottesville.
I had the chance to photograph a political event recently and wanted to showcase a fun image. I looked up on the building next to us and saw a sharpshooter pacing back and forth at sunset. Enjoy!
If you know cars at all, then the name Carroll Shelby will certainly speak to you. The world lost this icon of the automotive industry a few weeks ago. If you know Carroll Shelby, you will certainly be familiar with his trademark cowboy hat. These three photographs were taken on June 30, 2006 in Danville, Virginia at a national Shelby convention. This is a shadow of my father on his 1966 Shelby GT-350, wearing a hat reminiscent of Carroll Shelby’s profile. Carroll Shelby’s vision transformed the need for performance in the automotive industry and the rest is history.
Lifestyle writer, Arlene Hamilton Stewart, featured Andrea and Ryan’s wedding at The University of Richmond Chapel for her article in The Richmond Times Dispatch. Ms. Stewart is a great source for wedding related traditions and customs. She authored “A Bride’s Book of Wedding Traditions” as well as many other books that may be found by looking on the following link: Books by Arlene Hamilton Stewart
Alison Dickie, publisher of Albemarle Magazine, was kind enough showcase my work in the December-January edition to promote the Paramount Theater and the many performers that have graced the stage in the last five years. I have had the distinct pleasure of documenting events as the house photographer since 2006, donating many framed prints to the theater for their upstairs offices and backstage dressing rooms. It was a treat to publish a ten page spread with an image of one of my favorite artists, B.B. King, used for the cover and introductory pages. A quick preview is shown below and you may view a link to the current issue by clicking the following link: Inside the current issue