Category Archives: Photojournalism


I photographed the Overmountain Vinyards for a story in this month’s Our State Magazine.

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Some recent work.

I had a little break this week so I took the time to look through some recent work from the past few months.

Above is Cecilia Marchesini of Cecilia’s Kitchen on Merrimon Avenue and her 11-year-old son Matias Diaz. She was a cover for the Asheville Citizen-Times Scene Magazine.

Masterful artist and map maker Mike Reagan impressed...

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I was inspired by competitive runner Charles Dotson, 89 yrs. A man with a great attitude about life and keeping healthy. Because of his encouraging words, I started running on a treadmill at my health club again and I feel great.  Thanks Charles. And thanks to WNC Magazine for the assignment!

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Ramps for The Local Palate Magazine

I recently photographed Ramps (an indigenous wild onion) at Asheville’s The Marketplace restaurant for a story written by Marketplace chef and ramp expert William Dissen. The Local Palate is based in Charleston, SC and features great food of the South. Below is gnocchi with a ramp pesto.

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Asheville Citizen-Times Scene Covers

Thanks to Asheville Scene editor Jess McCuan for assigning some recent Asheville Scene Magazine covers. The magazine has updated it’s coverage of local food, art and music and it looks great. Here is a sampling.

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Joe Biden Comes to Asheville

I had the opportunity to photograph V.P. Joe Biden Tuesday at UNC-A

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New Work

Last weekend I photographed the “NeoClassic Tangerine” Local Stylist Competition on Walnut Street in front of 5 Walnut Wine Bar. The Tangerine Ball pre-party featured models wearing fashions from local designers and stylists. The Tangerine Ball events benefit The Asheville Area Arts Council. The photos were for the Asheville Citizen-Times.

I also enjoyed photographing and talking...

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Panama Rocks rock

My family and I visit Chautauqua, NY every summer. While there I usually photograph Panama Rocks. The area was formerly at the bottom of a sea. The land was pushed up by geologic forces and then carved out by a glacier. Here are two panoramas, each made by stitching together four separate photos in Photoshop.

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Our State: Highlands Town Story

I’ve been freelancing for Our State Magazine for the past four years and even though the art director has been sending me pdf’s of my published work, I have neglected to post them on my blog. So here are a couple of pages from a story I shot that was published in April’s issue.  I...

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Heather Lewis

I recently photographed artist Heather Lewis for Verve Magazine. Her creative use of found materials amazed me. I loved her projections using plastic and other items placed in an overhead projector.
She is part of the Green Shadow exhibit at The McColl Center in Charlotte through August 20. Her work will appear in a group exhibition,...

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