It’s Wedding Season: Be nice to your photographer(s)!

It’s Wedding Season: Be nice to your photographer(s)!

As many of you know, I work full-time for a company managing the sales and marketing team for eCatholic, and most of my photography is done while traveling to Catholic churches and ministries around the country. Taking photos is what I call my professional hobby. A couple of years ago, Sara and I moved to […]
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Cookies and Caffeine with Wonder Woman and SWAT

Cookies and Caffeine with Wonder Woman and SWAT

Usually when Sara and I visit Amarillo, we usually stay for about a week because it is such a long drive up to the Texas Panhandle. Since we are there during the week, I usually have to work part of the time remotely. The last time we were in town I decided to actually take […]
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The Lighthouse Climb

The Lighthouse Climb

If you asked most people where you would find a lighthouse the answer would be simple, by a large body of water with a rocky shore. If you ask a person from the Texas Panhandle, you might get a very different response. This is due to the fact that there is a lighthouse in the […]
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Hideaway Park Brewery is a Diamond in the Rough

Hideaway Park Brewery is a Diamond in the Rough

My wife Sara and I had the opportunity to celebrate our 1-year wedding anniversary with our family in Winter Park, Colorado. We did the usual things people do in a ski town, but found a hidden gem on our way through town one evening, Hideaway Park Brewery. This small Diamond in the Rough was such […]
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For My Aggie Friends – Kyle Field

For My Aggie Friends – Kyle Field

Most of my really close friends know that I basically have no interest in football. I don’t mind photographing sporting events, but keeping up with teams, players, and statistics just isn’t for me. However, after moving to College Station, I sure have heard from a lot more of my Aggie friends. In mid-October, the Texas […]
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