Photographs and memories

June 24, 2019  •  3 Comments
Scruffy Wilson died this week. He had just turned twelve. Scruffs was the last survivor of the five critter children who moved with us to Florida. He was a rescue, and complicated, a product of abandonment and abuse early in his life. He was a product of the physical illnesses that hunted him. He suffered from spinal meningitis, diabetes, sudden...
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Amazing Coach Encounters

February 07, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Win. Win now. Collegiate sports - at all levels - is a pressured-filled business for student-athletes, and their coaches. As a photographer on sideline and courtside, invisibility is a friend. If coaches notice photographers, trouble sometimes follows! But in 2018, I had three amazing coach encounters that have become instant career classics! Rog...
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A view to a kill: Life and death on the African savanna

December 23, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
It was over in seconds. The dogs didn’t fall for the diversion created by the adult warthogs and immediately pursued the weaker, slower juvenile pig running the other way. During the attack and while it was still alive, the warthog screamed. The humans in the Land Rovers bore witness and cried long after it was dead, a National Geographic special...
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Yoga. Goats. Together. Hilarity ensues.

June 26, 2017  •  1 Comment
Danielle is a friend who works with my wife, Jaime, at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Danielle also has a farm, raises goats and is willing to share their hidden powers of human restoration. I first met them (the goats) last year at UF during a Wellness Wednesday " Therapy Goat " love-in. Goats and yoga. Two words rarely...
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Photo project from an airport lounge seat

June 16, 2017  •  1 Comment
I was in Oslo, Norway during the week of 12-16 June for the Escenic A/S user group meeting, called Escenic Days. Escenic is a software company I work for specializing in a high-performance, easy-to-use web content management system called CUE, including an awesome live blogging tool, CUE Live. During the user group meeting, Michael Taylor (@MTaylo...
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