One of my favorite music event photos.


A very large amount of the commercial work I’ve shot over the past several years has been specific to the music industry. Being a photographer in Nashville, there is no shortage of work in that area. This photo is one of my favorites for several reasons: all that talent on one stage was phenomenal. It was amazing to hear, and see, these guys all playing together.

Left to right: Randy Bachman, Will Lee, Billy Gibbons, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Peter Frampton jamming together. What a great moment in music history and an honor to be a part of capturing this event and many others like it for the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.

A Man Named Tree

IMG_5271 Few experiences in life are as “raw” as this. I spent a couple of days in homeless camps in Chattanooga. This is my new friend “Tree” who, despite being homeless, helps care for others who are homeless. Tree is a U.S. Army Veteran who shares his limited resources to help others in need. He checks on some of his neighbors under the next overpasses to be sure they survive in whatever ways he can. He told me that, every night, he goes to the next overpass to check on Mark who doesn’t know how to “survive out there”. Tree makes sure that Mark is covered at night so he doesn’t freeze to death. He also shares his food and shelter with others as needed. Why does Tree care about others? Because of Jesus and his radical love for everyone. Tree is a disciple of Christ who happens to be homeless. This man has more authentic faith in his little finger than most people I know. Tree-man was baptized and discipled by Jimmy Turner of Relevant Hope and he is sharing his renewed hope in life by serving others in his homeless community. Rock on, Tree-man!

Had to rebuild the site from the ground up.

I’ve been having some trouble with the backend functionality of my website for quite some time, so I had to do a complete rebuild to eliminate the “garbage” code that was causing some trouble. In other words, I had to clean house of all the gremlins from years past. I hated, more than anything, to lose all of those blog posts I’ve written in previous years, but I think maybe I did the world a favor.

Oh well… here’s to more productive updated blogging about things you will no doubt find mind-numbing.