The latest single from my band, Salem's Childe. The music video was done by The Stormworks (my media production brand). If you like what you see and hear, we'd love to have you as a fan and follower. Hit those like and subscribe buttons, and definitely that share button. The song is available to stream... Continue Reading →
Let’s start with a cliché: El Salvador is a country of stark contrasts. Cliché, but true. I suppose that could be said about most places in the world but given its status as one of the most dangerous countries in the world that isn’t an active warzone, I’d say it’s particularly true of El Salvador.... Continue Reading →
Something that's been bothering me lately is the tendency of others to always make art about money. Before I go any further, I want to clearly state that I'm absolutely in favor of artists of all mediums being compensated fairly for their work, and that the above statement is relevant to a specific phenomenon I've... Continue Reading →
On Monday and Tuesday of this week I was honored with the opportunity to display some of my social awareness and humanitarian related photo work at the 8th Annual Indiana Campus Compact Service Engagement Summit. The ICC promotes socially and culturally aware social service and engagement, with a focus on developing leaders in the field... Continue Reading →
Hope is insidious in its waning, lingering sweet like a sin, an unspoken prayer that betrays reason in defiance of looming inevitability while offering nothing more than a lengthening of the hours of a lonely vigil.
Meet Ricky. Looks like a happy guy, yeah? He was happy to talk and happy to let me take a couple photos of him, especially after my partner in Nova Vox handed him one of the sleeping bags we had to pass out to homeless people that night. This is the photo of all the... Continue Reading →
Just a short video I made from the footage I shot of the total solar eclipse over North America on Monday (Aug 21). This was filmed under mostly cloudy skies in north central Indiana, outside of the path of totality, so it's only a partial eclipse from this viewpoint. The clouds worked both for and... Continue Reading →
In 2012, the US Department of Veteran's Affairs estimated that an average of 22 veterans committed suicide every day. Recent estimates place that number closer to 20 a day, and while that represents a decline, it is still 20 too many. The -22- project is something I was invited to participate in as a photographer,... Continue Reading →