Saturday, January 8, 2011

Photos from an abandoned house.

This house sat abandoned for over ten months after the owner died.


Friday, November 5, 2010

Amber and Ross

So, my friend Amber got married in October. The wedding was so fun, and her husband Ross was super nice too. Here are a few framed I liked!

Monday, October 18, 2010


Last week my Practicum class took a field-trip to one of my favorite places in Kentucky; Keeneland. It was really nice to go back home, see people I went to high school with, and of course shoot photos at a beautiful horse racing track on a beautiful day.


A few weeks ago my practicum class was assigned to photograph people who work. I took this to mean, people who work with animals. Here's my favorite portrait.

Gina Mosley of Bowling Green, Ky, has over 20 animals and hopes to open a petting zoo before December. "To me the animals come first," said Mosley, a life-long animal lover.


I also liked these images from the other shoots I did.

Balloons, Toons and BBQ's

Balloons, Toons and BBQ's is an event that happens every year in Bowling Green. It's pretty much exactly what it sounds like. Hot air balloon enthusiasts get together to showcase their balloons, particiate in a race and balloon glow. Bands play live music and several Bar-B-Q vendors sell their selection of meat sandwiches.

Baby Pictures!

A few weeks ago I had the privilege to photograph Jonathan and Lindsey Hansen's little girl, Hope. Hope was born on August 27th, and here are several of her one month pictures.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Hitchin' a ride.

I was headed out to find a feature for my Practicum class when on the opposite side of the road I saw three people and three dogs sitting in the median. At first I wasn't too sure what to do, but I decided to turn around and go talk to them and see what their story was. It was really neat to hear their perspective and spend some time with people who lived so freely. I hope they make it to Louisville to see Hank Williams III.

Shana March, 24, Tasha Stone, 19 and Justin Thomas, 28 'fly a sign' by Scottsville Road in Bowling Green, Ky. The trio has been traveling together for 3 months, but all have been on the road for at least 5 years. "I started hitching when I was 14," Stone said, "I love the feeling of being on the road, life is so big you just gotta live it all." The three met at a music festival and decided to stick together. Since then Stone and Thomas have started dating and March has adopted a puppy. "It's important to travel with people you trust, and these people are my family - I trust them with my life," Thomas said.