Thursday, May 29, 2014

Here are some images from my good friends at Central Arkansas Water












Tuesday, February 28, 2012


Doctors in action.....
A photo for a hospital emergency team. The doc on the right was busy saving lives during the original shoot so we went across town to shoot him in a hallway, lighting it identically, then dropped him in after the fact. To make this look believable I had to be sure and "correct" the color of the highlights to match the florescent green of the original entry way, then just amped up the "gritty" effect to give it a little drama.

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The amazingly talented Kelly Fitzwilliam working it for a poster for a Bad Boy Mowers poster endorsing Professional Bull Riding. Eight bags of garden soil from Home Depot, a smoke machine and a few gells is all it takes to make rodeo "theatre". You only have a few takes after each smoke "puff" before it turns into a overall haze; then you have to turn on the fans to clear the room before another take. Kelly makes it easy.

Dance like you mean it. A still from a personal video project I'm working on, shot at the UALR performance hall. The dancer, 17 year junior old Sidney Ippilito striking a pose.

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Thursday, February 23, 2012


This photo was for a music festival in Hot Springs, AR. The model is actually a harpist, but the cello was easier to transport to the studio. Thanks to Gary Simmons and Bruce Wesson for their hard work.
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A fun video using time-lapse photography. The client wanted to show the manufacturing process from start to finish.

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A commercial shot for Citizens Bank in Batesville AR. I have to hand it to the players, it felt like 110 degrees that day.

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A few samples of photography for a variety of clients ranging from healthcare to manufacturing.

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Sunday, December 03, 2006

I'm publishing this blog so current and prospective clients can see some of my work. You can reach me at the above phone or email address. I'll be adding to this blog from time to time so stay in touch. Thanks for visiting.