Cola views

It has taken me a good 4 years of being in Columbia to fully appreciate its beauty. I've been going out lately and capturing the city skyline. And if you really dive into the city there are some truly special places. Take a look... Stay tuned for more...

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State House Portraits

I had the opportunity to go out with a friend of mine and do a portrait shoot for a fashion assignment I had to do. This quick assignment turned into an hour long photoshoot and I took over 400 photos! I wasn't planning on taking that many but it just happened, and they turned out... Continue Reading →

as seen from above: Columbia, SC

If you knew me, you would know that I have a drone and I love flying it around the city. It brings a whole new perspective to things I've been looking at all my life. Although I've been flying drones for more than a year I still feel like a little kid whenever I'm watching... Continue Reading →

a bird’s eye view: Williams Brice

This past Friday I was driving through the city and noticed Williams Brice lit up in the distance and I thought, man it would look cool to get footage of the stadium at night. So that's just what I did. Great story right? I'll let the photos speak for themselves... To capture these images I... Continue Reading →

Feature film shot entirely on an iPhone

You might've seen a trailer for a new horror/thriller film called Unsane, directed by Steven Soderbergh (Magic Mike, Contagion, The Informant!, Oceans 11, 12 &13 among many others) and noticed that it doesn't look like the crisp super high res movies we are normally used to these days. It might surprise you to find out... Continue Reading →

fun with [controlled] fire!

Here's a fun long exposure idea that is really simple and produces really cool results! Materials you'll need: camera, tripod, METAL whisk (88 cents at walmart),  1-2" piece of string or metal chain (or paracord in my case), a lighter, lastly, fine steel wool (00 should do the trick just fine, you can use more... Continue Reading →

Fun in the artificial sun.

  I'll keep this one short and simple. I've always loved ring light portraits, there's something about the simplicity of it that makes it stand out to me. When I was in the lighting studio working on a portrait assignment we pulled out the ring light at the end just to experiment. The results were... Continue Reading →

Meet The Voorhes

Oddly enough I stumbled across this couple, Adam & Robin, when doing research on how to right a bio for photographers. I was directed to their bio page to read a short, witty and informative write up about the two of them. I went searching around their site and was blown away. The images they... Continue Reading →

sharing my angle

This is a photo I took while working at Camp Ozark in Mt. Ida, Arkansas last summer. I was a photographer there for about 3 solid months. It's a nice silhouette of a counselor and two campers on a soft gradient sunset. At the time of this shot these guys were on a ropes course... Continue Reading →

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