This was a fun one to photograph and visit. If you love bluegrass, you’d really enjoy visiting Guy and Tina’s Pickin Parlor. Every Saturday night, folks get together for good clean pickin fun, food and really strong coffee.
I wanted to practice the Rolleiflex at a wedding, so I joined up Charis Films out of Raleigh, NC and made these pictures with them in Montgomery, Alabama. We had a blast.
Ian – featuring his guitar and mason jar. Some film, some digital.
I am still searching for the words to adequately describe what it was like visiting Uganda last year. Sheema, Uganda is a beautiful place. Coffee, banana and avocado flourish here; as well as the smiles of beautiful people. Rwamango Academy is where I met Bernard, who selflessly cares for these children, and sees that they get proper schooling. It was here that I met the cook, who was given the title Nalongo for being a mother of twins. And it was here where I got to see Kenneth and Franklin sit among their classmates, paying ever so close attention to our group presenting.
Imagine leaving Charleston, SC before dawn and landing in San Francisco at 10am PST. Sounds easy enough right (just add caffeine)? Well then imagine being on a sailboat in Sausalito by 2pm PST, camera in tow and braving the bay – camera hanging off the side of the boat. I love to make pictures for amazing people (aka living the dream). Here’s to a blessed 2015!