This is a photography documentary that explores how neighborhood gentrification is transforming a Dallas neighborhood called Old East Dallas.
Here’s the Old East Dallas neighborhood captured on black and white analog film as it has begun to go through dramatic changes.
SoupMobile’s 11th Celebrate Jesus Christmas Gala gives over 500 homeless people meals and a stay at the Omni Dallas Hotel on Christmas Eve.
Dallas homeless people make up over 3,000 men and women wandering the streets. Many of them sleep on the street at night.
East Dallas Homeless are facing a brutal oncoming winter with no viable shelters in the area forcing them to migrate to South Dallas.
The 2015 State Fair of Texas was so much fun and I captured some interesting people and scenes of it on analog medium format film.
Spontaneous portraits I made of other photographers during an Instameet in the colorful Knox/Henderson neighborhood In Dallas.
Abandoned Boxcars were parked on a railroad in Addison, Texas for months or years, I explored them and captured them on 35mm analog film.
Abandoned shopping carts can be found all around Dallas, I captured them on analog film and created this series of photos.
The Dallas ice storm that hit yesterday caused the whole city to shut down and turn into a ghost town due to the slippery roads.
The geology of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is very diverse and interesting as seen in these photos from several of the geological sites.
The Pro-Palestine protest at Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas against the recent Israeli assault on Gaza captured on 35mm analog film.
“A Reverie” is a surreal stop-motion journey weaving in and out of dreams and reality where neither is distinguishable from the other.
Hispanic culture in Dallas, Texas has always had a strong and historical influence on the city’s overall character and culture.
Dallas Professional Photographers Association keynote speaker for June 13, 2013, was the award-winning wedding photographer Hiram Trillo.
The Valley View Center Mall and the Sanger-Harris mosaic by Brenda J. Stube were sadly demolished a couple years after I photographed them.
Urban Exploration of the abandoned White Rock Trail and Toscana apartments in Dallas was creepy and haunting and I got some eerie photos. I drive up and down Skillman Avenue frequently. Every time I pass the White Rock Trail and Toscana apartments and see those abandoned buildings my mind wonders about the people who used […]
This abandoned dance studio in Lake Highlands, Dallas was a cool location to urban explore because of the large mirrors and colorful walls.
This Sunset timelapse over the awesome Dallas skyline was filmed from the Trinity River levee on a clear beautiful evening.
This masterpiece mosaic collaborative art based on my photo of the Dallas skyline was made by the kids at Lakewood Elementary for an auction.