It has been a couple weeks since my last blog post because of some large transitions I have been going through. First of all, my time at Stevenson University ended on March 20, which gave me and my family a week to finish packing and head to Minnesota on March 29. With the help of … Continue reading Moved to Minnesota – Concluded My Time in Maryland
Even amongst the craziness of moving at the end of this week I was able to do a photo shoot for my friends Dominick and Danita Taylor. It's rather interesting that we went to college together and wound up in the same city halfway across the country. Anyway, after many months of schedule conflicts we … Continue reading Taylor Family Photo Shoot
I don't often get chills, but this video makes you want to get out and change the world. There have been some amazing works of art displayed on the big screen since the turn of the 20th century. A truly fantastic movie comes out every few years, and this short montage succeeds in capturing scenes … Continue reading Epic Masterpiece for Filmmaking and the Human Race
It's almost Valentine's Day and I happened to stumble across this video and thought to myself, I wish I would have thought of this 7 years ago when I proposed to my wife. I hope this guy's marriage is blessed and grows to become as amazing as this proposal. Enjoy!
I recently had the privilege to do photography for Billy and Janelle's wedding on January 31, 2015. It was a fun wedding with a lot of great people and plenty of laughs as the two exchanged vows and shared stories of each other. I'm very excited for their future together. Enjoy the photos!
I appreciate art. The ability to be creative is a beautiful skill. The reason movies are so popular is because of a creative story and creative story telling. However, when art infringes on morality, that's when I have a problem. This weekend Fifty Shades of Grey will be coming out in theaters across the country … Continue reading Old Fashioned vs. Fifty Shades of Grey
With the increased interest Hollywood is placing on Bible based films, how will the latest movie Exodus: Gods and Kings stand up to being accurate to the original story? Will it end up being another Noah movie that was, let's just say, a broad paraphrase with interesting interpretations and elaborations of the story? I really … Continue reading Exodus: Gods and Kings – Coming Soon
With great freedom comes great responsibility - Eleanor Roosevelt This is a post of random thoughts regarding riding motorcycles. Share your story in the comments if you wish. Ride on my friends. Motorcycles represent freedom in many ways. You have more control. You're encouraged to explore. You travel to enjoy the journey more than simply arriving at … Continue reading Riding Motorcycles – Discombobulated Thoughts On Bikers
Now I'm not Jewish. As far as I know, I have no Jewish blood. However, as a Christian (and a descent human being), I can differentiate right from wrong, justice and irrational behavior. While the conflict in the middle east has a complicated history on the surface it boils down to one simple premise of … Continue reading Clarifying the Recent History of Israel
I had the honor of playing with the Baltimore Ukulele Symphonette for the second time. It always amazes me how much sound can come from a ukulele. It's such a little instrument with a tarnished reputation, but because of that, ukuleles often exceed expectations in the hands of a skilled musician (I'm talking about the … Continue reading Baltimore Ukulele Symphonette