This is my 9th year working for Joe Hollingsworth as the official event photographer at his Annual University of Tennessee Tailgate Party . . . This marked the 39th year Joe has been providing a great way to celebrate the Volunteers with all of his friends. I am glad to be part of this fantastic event and glad we beat Florida this year breaking the 11 year losing streak! I hope you enjoy these images from the party. Go Vols!!!!!!!
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 . . .
This home is located in a secluded neighborhood “Whispering Woods,” right off of Nubbin Ridge in West Knoxville, Tennessee. I photographed this home 2 weeks ago and it is on the market if you are interested. I really enjoyed the bones of this house and the home felt cozy and warm with lots of room to grow in. Hope you have a great Friday 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.