A couple weeks ago I covered a VCU basketball game for the Associated Press. One of the images I delivered was picked up by the Baltimore Sun to include in their gallery of cheerleader photos. Click here to see their collection.
The Rams were back in action at the Siegel Center Saturday, Jan 10, and I was there to cover the action for the AP. It was the 59th straight sell-out at the Stu, and the Rams did not disappoint the crowd. Nailing three 3-pointers in the first minute of the game to take a 9-0 […]
I covered the VCU-Davidson game for the AP this past Wednesday evening. The Rams gave Davidson a warm welcome to the A10 Conference with a 71-65 game that was never really in question.
The William & Mary Tribe visited UNC-Chapel Hill over the winter break and gave the Heels a lot more game than they expected. Even though he 18th-ranked Tarheels won by over 25 points, they weren’t able to breathe easy until the closing minutes of the game, with the Tribe having fought back to within 9 […]
I got called to cover the VCU-Northern Iowa game for the Associated Press last night. UNI came in undefeated, ranked #23 in the AP; VCU was 5-3, with two lopsided losses to ranked teams. What UNI found was a rock-fight that went two overtime sessions before VCU put the Panthers away, 93-87. The Miami Herald, […]
It was an honor and a privilege to be asked to handle the photography for this event. I met Billy Ray nearly 10 years ago when I was just starting to figure out digital photography and nowhere near considering it as a career alternative. I happened to photograph a BRH gig at Poe’s Pub and […]
After a slow start, Atlee’s offense exploded in the second half, putting up 34 points against visiting Patrick Henry to give the Patroits a 41-0 pounding Friday evening, September 13, 2013.
VCU’s Men’s Golf team finally has a home course: the Country Club of Virginia’s Tuckahoe Creek Golf Course! I rode along with Coach Matt Ball to check out the new digs; these are some of the sites found on this gorgeous course.
Images from a day/night at the track, before, during, and after the main event. Check out yesterday’s stuff, too!
In the garage, qualifying, pre-race, and race action at the premier short track, all a prelude for the main event.
Click the image to see a gallery of natural light environmental portraits shot in an hour and a half at 5 different locations in downtown Richmond. We are currently scheduling senior portrait sessions! And we’re keeping this really simple. Drapes $25 includes the shoot and providing the image to the school. +$7 you get a […]
Using Richmond as a backdrop, Lexa and I captured these portraits in the Fan, on Broad St, Church Hill, Libby Hill, Chimborazo Park, and back on Broad St. We were out for an hour and a half, shooting with available light. Schedule your senior session today!
This is a proof-of-concept shot for the Medical College of Virginia. As some upcoming construction will effectively remove the space where the traditional incoming class photo is shot, alternative venues are being test-shot. About 150 of 220 first-year med students packed the lobby of the new McGlothlin Medical Education Center. It appears that we could […]
Congratulations, Alexandra & Joshua! Isn’t it amazing how your day turned out? The storm blew over, leaving nothing but the dazzlement! View All Images
This past Saturday Hanover County held their high school commencement exercises at VCU’s Siegel Center, awarding diplomas to over 1400 graduates. Lexa and I were there for the duration, arriving about 7:30am and leaving around 9:30pm. We shot about 5,000 images during the course of the day. Here we are four days later and we’ve […]
And we close the books on another amazing year in Hanover County Public Schools. On Saturday, June 15, 2013 Hanover County held commencement exercises at VCU’s Siegel Center for each of the four county high schools – Lee-Davis, Hanover, Patrick Henry, and Atlee. We saw over 1400 seniors walk across the stage before heading out […]
Here’s a nice collection of images put to use by the Muscarelle Museum of Art, taken at their annual Wine & Run for the Roses event.
As noted elsewhere, I shoot and build panoramics using the GigaPan system (both equipment and software). Even though there are a lot of less expensive options (especially if you like do-it-yourself projects), I prefer being able to count on these tools to provide consistent results…particularly when a client is involved. One of my clients, the […]