Archive for the ‘Portraits’ Category

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Exposure Through Out The Sport

January 21, 2010

Recently I’ve been working with Sponsored Fan Atlanta. I’ve shot a handful of fighters for their profile images and its been great exposure for my work. I’ve recently created a fight video for Tex Johnson and now people are not only viewing it on FaceBook, Vimeo, DailyMotion, WordPress, but also on Sponsored Fan website. A portrait of Byron Bloodworth profile was posted on the NextMMAFighter.com website. This can only push me to the next level and continue to create more videos for the fans!

These two fighters will be part of the main & co-main event for the Battle of Rome VIII in Rome, Ga this weekend… January 24th at the Forum.

Come see undefeated Byron Bloodworth (Hard Knox & Team Roberto Traven) Vs also undefeated from X3Sports John Quiroz.
What a night to see!!!!!

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Battle of Rome VIII – Meet Kimbo Slice!

January 21, 2010


Tickets are now for sale online at http://www.forumevents.org. Dont miss out on your chance to meet Tapout sponsored athlete, Kimbo Slice!!
This going to be a great fight night… When I heard it was going to be in Rome, Ga., I thought of my fellow graduate friend, Josh Kelley. After graduation Josh moved back north to Rome, Ga. This will hopefully open up an opportunity for Josh to shoot some exciting & extreme MMA action.

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Deelite Photography

November 7, 2009

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Photo of my wife Shiloh taken by Deelite Since Shiloh moved to Atlanta in 2004, she has been collaborating with a great fashion photographer, and one of Atlanta’s best Deelite check out his work here It has been a pleasure of mine to follow his work, and see him grow…. now you can too!

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A Shoot For A Friend…

November 7, 2009

On Thursday I did a favor for my hair stylist Nancy Nee. (which she doesn’t have to do much work) She needed some nice hair shots for an entry to The Runway Reinvention Contest.
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It was a shoot at a moments notice. Very cool! I really like a challenge and use light gear. A flash and one or two lenses. I will tell you that this is really not my area of expertise but I felt good with what came out. I hope Nancy likes them.

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A Night With Steve McCurry & Parish Kohanim

November 7, 2009

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Gustavo Romero and I taking a photo with the great Parish Kohanim in front of his latest work. WOW!!! What a special treat and opportunity to get a chance to site and listen to these two amazing photographers and artist. (I have video of some of their responses to questions asked by the audience underway). I had a chance to really meet a legend. I’ve been seeing and reading Steve McCurry’s work all my life through National Geographic. The magazine that not only has inspired me to be a great photographer but perhaps one day work side by side with. I got a chance to ask them both a question. I first asked Steve McCurryabout when he travels to dangerous parts of the world like Kuwait, Afghanistan, and even Colombia, a country that I’d love to visit, if he travels alone to cover dangerous assignments? His respond was in most cases he does not. He is usually accompanied by a translator. When he arrives to many of these countries he lets a government official of some kind know why he is there and they provide him with guides and translators. Parish also responded to that question by adding that “we” the photographers, should thank the men and women that travel along side helping and assuring that these images and stories get to the rest of the world. In conclusion, I couldn’t agree more.