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September 9th, 2014, posted in 2014, Blog, Burning Man, Nevada, Uncategorized

I love walking up to awesomeness at Burning Man. This girl was wearing the same type of visor that I was so we had a silly connection. I asked her for a few photos and she happily obliged.


February 28th, 2013, posted in 2013, Blog, HDR, Texas

I took this during the Meetup last month at the Chase Tower in downtown Dallas. We were having to shoot through glass in a well lit room, which usually creates horrible reflections. Thankfully, I have a little device called a Lens Skirt, which suction cups to the window and eliminates the unwanted reflections. I think I could have sold them all if I had some extras.

I posted this photo over on Flickr a few days ago and the dang thing blew up. It made their Explore category and it received over 7,000 views in 3 days. I love it when that happens!


August 12th, 2012, posted in 2012, Blog, Canada, HDR

I took this on my last night while working for RIMOWA in Canada. I’d really like to go back and visit one day. Everyone was really nice and chilled.


June 7th, 2012, posted in 2012, Blog, HDR, New York

During the 3 days I got to spend in New York for the International Auto Show, I spent all my free time out in the city shooting. We bought tickets for sunset at the Top of the Rock. I think next time I’ll pay the “day” price and stay up there longer. It’s not like they clear the place out just for the “sunset” people. Every rail was about 3 people deep and it took quite a bit of waiting to get a good spot.


April 24th, 2012, posted in 2012, Blog, New York

It’s a little weird now being back home and not shooting all day out on the streets. I loved being in NYC. I wouldn’t want to live there, but it would be really cool to rent a room for a month there to really take it all in. I wonder which would be the best month to do that?


September 14th, 2011, posted in Blog, Burning Man 2011, Nevada

This is one group of my neighbors from Burning Man 2011. They were from Michigan and were all so cool and helpful. They came in this huge green church bus which also served as a great platform for seeing what was going on at the Playa. From left to right are Jane, Kevin, Kate, Jordan and Jesse. They don’t know how much I appreciate them welcoming a virgin burner twice their age and showing me the ropes.

Since getting back to reality, we’ve all friended each other on facebook. It’s really cool how you can do that now. I like being able to keep up with people I can only see once a year. The more I travel, the more diverse my friends list becomes.

I think that is important so you’re not conditioned to one singular way of thinking. Experiencing other peoples environments helps keep your mind open to new and alternative ideas, which then expands into newer ideas still.

The Natural Cave

July 7th, 2011, posted in Blog, California, HDR, Textured

Down at the bottom of this photo is the entrance of the natural cave. It was so peaceful inside there that I just wanted to stay forever. The water was so cool and would gently roll in and out. The colors were amazing, too, accentuated by the moisture.

UNEXPECTED TRAFFIC – Please merge to my flickr site ; )

April 20th, 2011, posted in Blog, Uncategorized

Thanks to Trey Ratcliff and Lisa Bettany for tweeting about my site! As any busy artist knows, the work is never done… as is this blog. You can view my complete gallery at and my facebook page, thecreativegap.


April 20th, 2011, posted in Blog


April 1st, 2011, posted in Blog

You can bid to win an awesome print of this image. It was printed on a 16×24 piece of high gloss aluminum through Aluminarte and it looks awesome! These prints seriously look like LCD monitors hanging on the wall!

I donated it to my church, Woodland West Church of Christ in Arlington, Texas. This Sunday it will be up for bid in an auction benefiting Opportunity Camp, or

A few more details about the print… The black bars and digital signature or not on there. The image goes from edge to edge and is hung using a “float” mount, which makes it look to hover about an inch off the wall. I did hand sign it in the lower right hand corner using a fine gold paint marker. This is a good opportunity to get a beautiful piece of art for a really great cause!