The past year has brought a variety of things to photograph: sailboats on a lake in Colorado, an engagement, state championship baseball, football in a rainstorm — to name a few. Hover over the images below (or through the Continue Reading link below) to read the caption.
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An Engagement Surprise
This past Saturday I was fortunate enough to photograph Ben Loewnau’s engagement to Lexie Purcell at Babler State Park in Wildwood, Mo. A few days earlier, Ben and I scouted out a location for me to hide and capture the surprise. Ben and Lexie hiked this trail during one of their first dates, so theContinue reading “An Engagement Surprise”
Photographing Nanotech: A Scholar Athlete Portrait
Each spring, the Post-Dispatch compiles a list of scholar athletes from around the region. I photographed Jake Drysdale – a runner and someone who’s working to remove air pollution using nanotechnology. David Kvidahl’s story explains the details of Drysdale’s background. We met in the late afternoon, a few hours before sunset. I used a single off-camera fillContinue reading “Photographing Nanotech: A Scholar Athlete Portrait”
Panning on a merry-go-round
I just liked these photos of Katy on a merry-go-round in a Marceline, Mo., city park on March 26, 2016. Marceline is the boyhood home of Walt Disney. We were visiting Katy’s grandpa and family in Marceline for Easter on Saturday.