Over the holidays, I went on a road trip with Mom, her husband, Rick, and Grandmommy from Atlanta down to — get this — Treasure Island, Florida! Yup. Such a place exists. And no. it’s not an amusement park. ha! Can you imagine Grandmommy at an amusement park? hahaha! …we did get her on a [...]
Finally! Grandmommy agreed to a portrait session Saturday, August 13, 2011. She’s 83 — I know! can’ you believe it? She looks great for her age. For the occasion she made us some grilled cheese sandwiches and served ice cream cones for desert. The shoot was also during the Brave’s game. They lost. But it [...]
Since I’ve been in Atlanta I’ve been wanting to make a portrait of Rick and Mom for her Birthday — which is TODAY!!! August 17th!!! Happy Birthday, Mom! They got married last summer, and I really like Rick. He’s a great guy, wonderful to my mom, and they make each other happy. They get each [...]
For the last four years I’ve spent Christmas Day with my girlfriend Jess and her family. And it’s soooo weird to me. You see, I’m an only child. And I was raised by a single mom. …and, to an extent, my grandparents. For a while, my mom and I actually lived with grandparents and my [...]
The world is funny, isn’t it? Or at lest that how it seems to me. …but then again, I’m the guy who laughs too much during movies. This is the second installment of my Best Runts of 2010. The first is here. Can I first start by saying I can’t stand lifestyle images. You know what [...]
(October 24, 2007) After we finished eating brunch at J. Christopher’s, I left for Baltimore. Grandmommy learned the virtue of not snapping into “pose mode” when I tried making a picture of her. Mom, cried. I knew she would. The day fit the mood. Georgia was going through a horrible drought, so the drizzle was [...]
Jess’s huge immediate family celebrate birthdays in chunks. I’m an August birthday, and so are several other family members. Here are some shots from the day.
Mom’s sad I’m leaving.
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Jess and I donated our hair to Beautiful Lengths. Jack, Jess’s cousin, holds up a bag filled with his hair. Jess’s Mom, Betsy, died from cancer a few years back. Since then,