1. The Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay

    13 Jun 2016
    On the Maryland side of the Potomac river, across from Quantico and just south of Washington, DC lies what is considered to be the largest ship graveyard in the Western Hemisphere. To get a sense of the scale is impossible when you are at the site due to the size…

  2. Some Scenes from Iceland

    06 May 2016
    Checking an item off the proverbial bucket list. I recently took a trip to Iceland. I’ll be back soon.

  3. 2015 In Review

    09 Dec 2015
    This isn’t really a best of 2015, I don’t think I’d be able to do that. It would just be impossible to pick the best part of this year. So instead I decided I should do a year-in-review. These aren’t necessarily the best photos I’ve taken but they’re the ones…

  4. The Avett Brothers & Jill Andrews

    26 Oct 2015
    I was happy to be asked to photograph The Avett Brothers over the weekend in Charlottesville. They certainly know how to put on a show and have become a much larger band since I last saw them in 2007.

  5. John Moreland & Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers

    02 Sep 2015
    I had the privilege of being asked to photograph these two great acts last night at The Southern here in Charlottesville. I’ve been looking forward to hearing John Moreland all summer. His album High on Tulsa Heat is my favorite album of the year and might be one of the…

  6. Fare Thee Well - Photographing the Final Concerts of the Grateful Dead

    08 Jul 2015
    I don’t really have any words to describe the experience. All I can say about it is thank you to everyone who helped me get here. This was the biggest gig of my life. I’ll let the images now speak for themselves.

  7. Old Crow Medicine Show in Charlottesville

    26 May 2015
    Quasi-local favorites Old Crow Medicine Show made a stop in Charlottesville this past weekend. Yes, they played Wagon Wheel, everyone can stop yelling for it now. Check out some photos of the show.

  8. Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Blue Ridge Bowl

    20 Apr 2015
    I was lucky enough to be the photographer for the inaugural concert at The Blue Ridge Bowl, the new venue at the site of the Lockn’ Music Festival. We were treated to a fantastic show by the Tedeschi Trucks Band along with openers Indecision and Congress. 

  9. Ghost Town

    09 Mar 2015
    Straight out of what could (and should) be a film set for The Walking Dead is a small abandoned town just north of the North Carolina border in Virginia called Union Level. Surrounded by farms this once thriving main street seems to have just packed up shop. Based upon pieces…

  10. Virginia Basketball vs. Louisville

    11 Feb 2015
    Another win in the books for the Hoos versus Louisville.

  11. Florida Georgia Line

    03 Feb 2015
    It’s been awhile since I’ve posted some of my music work, so I thought I’d share some recent shots from Florida Georgia Line’s “Anything Goes Tour.”

  12. Snow in the Hills

    26 Jan 2015
    There are some times when weather conditions are just right to make some spectacular photographs, especially if you happen to be in the mountains of Appalachia at that time. The normally beautiful mountains and meadows took on a new look with the fresh coat of snow stuck to the trees…

  13. Zombies in Carytown

    27 Oct 2014
    It’s Halloween time in Richmond, this can only mean one thing. Zombie Walk!

  14. Country Goes To Vegas

    14 Oct 2014
    I recently had the good fortune to be asked to be the photographer for the inaugural Route 91 Harvest Festival on the Las Vegas Strip earlierthis month. Thousands of fans all enjoying some country music backlit by the Vegas Strip? I’m sure Elvis would have approved.

  15. Hippies, Deadheads, and Willie. Experiencing Lockn'

    10 Sep 2014
    Another weekend another music festival! This time it was close to home at Lockn’ in Nelson County. I didn’t get to shoot as much as normal due to my obligations with the video crew but it was a good time.

  16. The Start of a New Year

    28 Aug 2014
    It’s the start of another school year at UVA. Take a look at how the freshman… err “First Years” begin their time at Virginia.

  17. Country Music at The Gorge 

    13 Aug 2014
    The Gorge Amphitheater about three hours east of Seattle has been a bucket list venue for years for me to shoot at. Recently I was given that opportunity as the photographer for the Watershed Festival earlier this month, and couldn’t be happier. I am fortunate and thankful for that opportunity…

  18. Country Music Festival

    22 Jul 2014
    I was fortunate enough to be asked to be one of the house photographers for a major country music festival in Michigan. This is a genre I don’t know much about but I was pleasantly surprised by how wonderful all the people I met were. Can’t wait to go back…

  19. Moving Thomas

    19 Jun 2014
    The statue of Thomas Jefferson has resided in the Rotunda at the University of Virginia since the Civil War, leaving the building only twice. It’s the center of the building and the object of many traditions both noble and mischievious. The first time during the fire of 1895, students slid…

  20. UVA Graduates The Class of 2014

    03 Jun 2014
    Graduation time is favorite, and most stressful, time of the year. This was my first year at UVA and their graduation is a spectacle unlike anything I’ve ever seen at another university. This year the lawn held about 35,000 people as they sent off the class of 2014 with a…

  21. Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires are Back!

    27 May 2014
    So I’ve featured this band before, but today they released their new album “Dereconstructed” and it is fantastic so I thought I’d share some new photos of them today. You should run, not walk, to your local record store and purchase this album. But not before you take a gander…

  22. Best College Job Ever

    06 May 2014
    What did you do to earn money in college? Sling pizza? Work at the Dining Hall? Check out what this student does as his work study job.

  23. The Berlin Wall Air Lift

    01 May 2014
    How do you move four panels of the Berlin Wall weighing 2,200lbs each while not disturbing any trees or buildings on the installation site (which also happens to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site)? The answer. Very carefully and with a really big crane. Here’s a behind the scenes look…

  24. Staunton, VA

    21 Apr 2014
    If a town could be a spirit animal, this would be mine. Staunton is the type of town where if you blink you might think you were transported back into the 1950’s. Plus they have the tastiest damn ice cream I’ve ever had at The Split Banana. If you happen…

  25. Paris Street Photography Part II - The Parisians

    16 Apr 2014
    A second look at some more street photography photos from Paris, these are some images that I overlooked when I first edited. They focus more on the Parisians in their daily lives. Insert your favorite French joke here.

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