earle ware


urban joe


ms morrow



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 […]


lexa takes downtown

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!


a small group photo

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 […]

Joe Spagnolo, executive in action.

executive joe

The expressions of Joe Spagnolo.

the lighter side of joe

The expressions of Joe Spagnolo.

meet joe black

The expressions of Joe Spagnolo.

hold the phone

The expressions of Joe Spagnolo.



rising above it all

This evening I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Elizabeth Crafford, a sophomore pole vaulter at William & Mary, for an upcoming profile in the Alumni Magazine. Elizabeth is recently returning to competition after recovering from a bone-breaking crash last spring. Her quick smile belies the fierce spirit she shows charging down the track.


foundation board portraits

I kicked off Homecoming Weekend at W&M shooting portraits of the new members of the Foundation Board. You can read about them here.

Dr Gazala

a portrait of dr gazala

I had the pleasure of photographing Dr. J. Gazala for the VCU Health Systems Alumni Association for an upcoming profile in their alumni magazine. Dr. Gazala was an absolute delight; it was a privilege to take his portrait.


by the pool

What a blast, shooting by the pool at the W&M Rec Center! Today we were on assignment at William & Mary, shooting a portrait of W&M Swim Coach Matt Crispino for an upcoming article in the alumni magazine. With the help of my assistant Kelly and members of the magazine staff (thanks Mike, Ben, and […]


julius ray pittman

A big thanks to Ray, who dropped by yesterday afternoon to help test out some new lighting setups, and thanks to Buddy at American Image Studios for the studio time!


family portraits

We bring our studio to your home to produce family portraits you will treasure for years to come! Call 804.512.2402 today to discuss your shoot. Our rates are reasonable and our print prices are modest, compared to other professional studios.


easter on parade!

Thanks for having us photograph you! Hope you enjoyed a fabulous day! Simply click on your photo to view it large, then right-click and select Save Image As to download it to your computer. If you have any problems or questions, just let me know.


glenn mullian at federal club

VSGA Glenn Mullian at Federal Club


some ballards

Some of the Ballards (don’t know where Lila was hiding…)


the fabulous wilson sisters

Ya’ll are a trip! Thanks for letting me photograph you!! The essence of sisterhood, to say the least. (and, considering the circumstances (late night, bad lighting), maybe consider a reshoot in the daylight somewhere like Maymont?)


too morrow

Thanks, Megan, for being such a great sport! Especially considering this wasn’t even on the horizon when you came to work this morning

Jonathan Grimes

jonathan grimes

Today I had the privilege of making a portrait of Jonathan Grimes, a rising senior at William & Mary. When I was asked to shoot his portrait for an upcoming W&M Alumni Magazine profile, I immediately envisioned this image. After only three years, Jonathan is already at or near the top of every W&M rushing […]


parcell & webb

The images have been toned to black and white in order to have uniformity across the range of colors and lighting in your offices. While they have been slightly processed, they do not necessarily represent the final, deliverable edits.