Here are a few highlights from an all day photoshoot about a month ago with models, Knoxville Chamber, and Visit Knoxville. Yes, it was hot:) I hope you enjoy some of these scenic photos of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. Please let me know if you would like me to photograph your next commercial project. I love my job!
This was a great event I had the pleasure of being part of with The Rotary Club of Knoxville. The event was themed around the Kentucky Derby complete with a thoroughbred on site at the Blue Slip Winery . . . which was fantastic by the way. I hope you enjoy these photos . . .
I have now been asked to be the official photographer for The Tomato Head Restaurant in Knoxville, TN. I enjoy working with the owners Mahasti and Scott on updating their wonderful creation that has been cool before Market Square and the food world became trendy and cool. You gotta eat right? Well, if you gotta eat you may as well enjoy it so go check out The Tomato Head! Here are some recent photos I have been working on for them . . . I love to take photos and I hope you enjoy seeing them too.
Ok, I admit being part of a wedding is one of the most special callings a photographer can get. Here is a bridal portrait session with Mollie R. I hope you consider calling me for a bridal portrait session in Knoxville, TN and by all means I will be honored to be part of your special day and capture the tender moments forever.
I thought I would add some of the highlights of people I photographed in Washington D.C., while on assignment there for two years in a row with, “Project Zero.” Project Zero was a group, who lobbied for money to research and develop a cure for Prostate Cancer. I really enjoyed the pace of the city and the people who worked here in Washington D.C. I take this experience along with all my other assignments with me as I venture into the next photographic opportunity. I really learned a great deal about working with and for these people on these particular jobs . . . I hope you enjoy the images and get involved as much as you possibly can to help make our country as great as God is intending. I believe this is common sense; but, people need to work together to accomplish great things.