Entertainment, when consumed a lot, causes us to live our brief lives passively and give up the adventures we could have had.
Sam and Nia Rader, my brother and sister-in-law, made a super viral video of them lip-syncing to Disney’s “Love Is An Open Door”!
DFW Photo Expo 2013 was engaging, educational, and inspiring with several great speakers that taught me a lot about photography.
Dallas Professional Photographers Association keynote speaker for June 13, 2013, was the award-winning wedding photographer Hiram Trillo.
Cindy Sherman, A Retrospective At The Dallas Museum of Art was incredible photography exhibit that surveyed her greatest works.
This masterpiece mosaic collaborative art based on my photo of the Dallas skyline was made by the kids at Lakewood Elementary for an auction.
About a month ago I had a great opportunity to speak very popular and somewhat famous wedding photographer, David Beckstead, over the phone for about 20 minutes. In that twenty minutes I learned more about running a photography business than I ever have in my life before. He gave me such good solid tips and […]
Life is an adventure when you learn to enjoy every day with the people you love instead of solely focusing on achieving selfish big dreams.
My first year in Dallas brought far more changes to my life and career than I ever imagine it would and I’m very optimistic about the future.
I like the night, there’s something beautifully mysterious about it to me; it’s blackness, stillness, coldness, and quietness.
Life sucks the life out of me sometimes when I experience or see painful situations, but I don’t stay down, I get up and keep moving forward.
Splashing in puddles was something I really enjoyed doing as a child, I truly believe that was an early indicator of my love for adventure.
We are all broken, as individuals and as a people. It’s time we work on ourselves while extending grace to others around us.
Dallas has been so cold and icy these past few days, I had been wanting to go out and take photos but he icy roads held me back.
Neglect of our talents and passions is the end result when we start comparing ourselves to others and forget to focus on our own path.
The last sunset of 2010 brings to an end a tumultuous decade characterized by constant change and growing up as I leave my 20s behind.
Though my site is primarily about my photography, I have to give some kudos to my Element, which has gotten me to most all the locations I have photographed.
This photograph spoke volumes and told such a common tragic story. The subject of the photo, the Jack Daniel’s case and the needles, represented destruction, hopelessness, and above all, death.
Alchemy is literally impossible, but we can apply the concept of turning something basic into something valuable to our hopes and dreams.
From living many years of my life out in the country side in East Texas I really learned how to love the temperature and colors of Autumn. Each fall I find myself frequently looking to find how I can capture my love for the season in a photograph.