On Monday morning, around 4:00 a.m., Heather woke me up. “This is it,” she said. She had been having contractions through the night for eight hours. They had picked up from 10-15 minutes apart down to every five or seven minutes. With two ...Read More »
This year, I had the pleasure of traveling to Alaska for the 2016 DoD Worldwide Visual Storytelling ...
There were four powerful and emotional moments when I was brought to tears while attending the 2016 ...
In anticipation of the release of my upcoming novel, Jump, I wanted to offer some answers on a few q...
I’ve already published a thorough marketing strategy with a calendar outlining specific deadli...
I am giving away 10, exclusive, pre-release paperback copies of Jump for FREE to any blogger/reviewe...
Sometimes as photographers it’s difficult to hold our tongue. My full time job is as a public affairs professional for the Army. On the side, my wife and I run a photography business, shooting weddings and family sessions. But when I ...Read More »
Jim Kile is an 89-year-old beekeeper who lives in Sullivan County, in New York state. He was my subject for the Eddie Adams Workshop, an advanced photojournalism workshop hosted and taught by some of the top photographers and editors in the ...Read More »
This year, I had the pleasure of traveling to Alaska for the 2016 DoD Worldwide Visual Storytelling Workshop. Just finished the first day of presentation and tonight we go out and start shooting for a story the advanced team is ...Read More »
Note: This is my second year submitting a portfolio for the Eddie Adams Workshop. Last year, unfortunately, I wasn’t accepted, but since then, I’ve had some tremendous opportunities to capture the lives of Soldiers in training. This is the portfolio ...Read More »
In celebration of my 31st birthday (which is on April 2), I’m giving away a signed paperback and a kindle copy of my upcoming novel of “Jump”” through RaffleCopter. Sign up below! It’s super easy to register. a Rafflecopter giveaway ...Read More »
There were four powerful and emotional moments when I was brought to tears while attending the 2016 National Ligonier Conference. Overall, the entire conference was just a brain-jamming of theological information. Lectures started in the morning around 8:00 or 9:00 ...Read More »