Jessica and Tate had their engagement session at Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, bringing along their two dogs. Sometimes putting in a little more effort to travel to a spot like this reaps great rewards by allowing for engagement pictures in a gorgeous setting.Read More
I am honored to have my work in the new Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus in Knoxville. Maybe it's just a photograph but it was important to me that I capture a friend's spirit in his portrait.Read More
Do all dogs go to Heaven? I think so - and this blog post gives my Scripture-based reasoning as to why I do. It is hard when we have to say goodbye to our pets and portraits of them help us to remember the joy they brought to our lives.Read More
Okay, okay - I have a bias towards dogs!
When I was in Washington DC for Snowmageddon 2016, I visited my niece and her dogs. Mr. Grant, the older pup, is a handsome fellow, but now finds himself in competition with Bruce - young, cute, puppy.
Both dogs are black, which made it fun to photograph them in a blizzard.
Actually, they are quickly learning to get along. After all, dogs are pack animals - it actually makes them happier to have another dog.
Arlington, VA is chock full of young professionals . . . and some very spoiled dogs.