Monthly Archives: October 2011

Street ball players are offensively minded. So, it’s not surprising that I get asked one question on a weekly basis: “How come you don’t have any pictures of me shooting the ball?” There are numerous factors, but probably the most important is the way a player shoots the ball. Simply shooting the ball above your […]

View full post »

I was honored to be asked to photography the inaugural meeting of the Women of Faith’s Butterfly Mentoring Program. The faith-based program was created to mentor young girls and teens, and help transform them into beautiful butterflies.

View full post »

Bay Creek is one of my favorite places to shoot, much like DeShong Park. Today, the “fishbowl” was largely empty, so I focused my attention on a group of kids at the other end of the skate park. What they lacked in size, they more than made up for in skill and determination. As I […]

View full post »

Cool and breezy weather is not very inviting for many outdoor basketball players. Some fellas decided to sleep in, rather than brave the elements this morning. Although the sun shined brightly over the court, it was clear that bare chested tattoos would not be seen today. Instead, sweat pants and hoodies were the order of […]

View full post »

S e a r c h
A r c h i v e s