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Horse Guards

One of my favorite lenses is my 16-35mm. It was my primary lens when our family spent a few weeks in Europe a few years back. It’s a fantastic lens for street photography. I had it on my Canon 5D Mark III as we walked past Horse Guards in Westminster on our way to Buckingham […]

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Portland Head Light

I caught a glimpse of the B&M Baked Bean factory as the bus rolled north toward Augusta. Dormant memories awoke. Memories of a summer family trip to Maine when my dad’s job as a forman at Thatcher Glass — which made the jars B&M’s beans went inside — required him to spend a week on […]

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Walking Around San Diego

I visited the city of San Diego this week as part of my pay-the-bills, use-that-college-education day job. These are a few of the images I created walking to and from meetings. Each of the images was captured with the new iPhone 11.

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Pop-Up Workshops at The Michener Museum

Last year I taught The Michener Museum’s first photography workshop for kids. It was part of a pilot project for their summer session. It apparently went well because they asked me to come back and expand on it this summer. I’ll be conducting four pop-up workshops at the museum. The first is focused on portraits, […]

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Reborn: The Joel Metzger Story

A story about a life that needed a second chance at living.

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Sensory Overload

Exploring the sights and sounds of Bangkok and Phuket.

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The Mayor of Meatpacking

Talk to strangers. That’s where the stories are.

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Driving Up Broad Street

Traveling up and down Broad Street is a reminder of the razor sharp cultural and economic dividing line in one of America’s biggest and most historic cities.