Recent feature cover story for Baylor Line Alumni Magazine
4 GoPros, Two Old Guys on Skis = Fun
A clip from a film I am working on about the history of Cedar Hill, Texas
Cover photo of T Boone Pickens I did for Korn/Ferry. Shot it and then painted the original in photoshop to get the final image show here. Design by Joannah Ralston - http://insightdesignvt.com
This is a portrait I did of my girlfriend Leslie and her mother Shirley. Shirley was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease several years ago. Most of you probably know what the disease is but for those of you who don’t, it is a form of dementia that gradually gets worse over time. It affects memory, thinking and behavior.
Everyone who has aging parents knows what a challenge it is to care for them. Leslie does an outstanding job of this for her mom, even though Shirley doesn’t remember that Leslie is her daughter. Hats off to you Leslie!
I thought this portrait conveyed the disconnection. http://www.alzheimers.gov
Photograph of photographer and good friend Chris Shinn. Shot on a 4×5 view camera with Tri-X film. Taken not long after we got out of college. Chris, Robb Kendrick and I all went to Houston to assist corporate location photographers. Chris went on to start his career in Denver where he still works and lives. Robb got an internship with National Geographic and went on to shooting for The Magazine. I returned to Dallas and spent two years with the wonderful and talented Greg Booth, then off on my own. These were great times! http://www.chrisshinnphotography.com robb.kendrick@nationalgeographic
A short Time Lapse I shot with the Nikon D800 in the French Quarter over the Thanksgiving holiday.
This a a sample of the over 3000 pictures I shot recently for a wonderful private school in Ft. Worth, Texas.
They are scans from the printed piece so they don’t have anywhere near the dynamic range or sharpness of the originals but I think the design is great and want to show them as they were used.
Design and Art Direction – Laurie Wisdom – Trinity Valley School
Testing the GoPro Cameras while mountain bike riding at Big Cedar.