A Clone Wars clonetrooper from the Great Lakes chapter of the 501st Legion. Motor City Comic Con, May 18, 2014
U2 at Spartan Stadium, June 2011 The biggest rock band in the world brought the massive rock show to Southeast Michigan in the form of the “360 Tour.” The 360 degree open stage gave every fan in the 65,000-plus crowd a great view… but particularly, this photographer/fan.
This iconic landmark was built in tribute to President Abraham Lincoln, who fought to preserve our nation during the Civil War, from 1861-1865. The memorial sits on the National Mall in Washington DC and has been the site of many famous speeches and events since its dedication in 1922… most notably Dr. Martin Luther King, […]
The Grand Haven Lighthouse built in 1905 and the original fog signal & outer light building built in 1875 mark the entrance to the Grand River on Michigan’s West Coast. The wind chill on January 25, 2014 was -24 degrees, allowing me to walk out on the frozen lake to capture this image… and then […]
Charles Bell Birch’s Dragon was unveiled in 1880. It marks the entrance to Temple Bar. There are several cast iron statues of dragons (a symbol for London) that mark the boundaries of the City of London.
The newest member of our family is a mini English Goldendoodle named Dublin. Our first dog! He has been such a good puppy and the are girls absolutely in love. He is 9 weeks old in this photo… the first time I finally got a chance to capture him with my camera (and not my […]
The fog rolls over San Francisco’s Twin Peaks and creeps into downtown. (Of course, the iconic Sutro Tower rises above the fog.) During my entire 36 hour shoot of the city by the bay, the fog acted like a child – constantly stepping into my composed shots. Demanding attention. Photobombing within seconds. In the end, […]