Friday, July 22, 2011

Recent Photos In The DMN...

Being in my 30's, I don't feel like I'm that old and out of touch. However, I tend to agree more with the older generations when it comes to my news. I love to read the paper! There are a million important stories I would've missed, if I only depended on the television or internet. Oh well... call me old-fashioned I guess.

Speaking about newspapers, I figured I would share a couple recent clippings from the wonderful Dallas Morning News. Included is the American Idol concert that just made its way on tour through North Texas. I shot the American Idol tour last year as well. I must admit that I liked this year's show a lot better! Below that is an interview with Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee. The original photo looks even more wild, with the bright red and orange flames shooting up into the air.

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Everyone Loves A Dallas Music Video...

The music video I directed and edited has finally had its official release! You can view it above, or keep an eye out on TV. Several networks are considering it for their rotation, including Fues and CMT!!!


Thursday, July 21, 2011

Gorilla vs. Bear...

Fans of indie music are probably all as anxious as I am to attend the Gorilla vs. Bear concert at the Granada Theater in Dallas this weekend. Quick currently has the event as their cover story, in case you feel like reading up on the bands (including Tim DeLaughter's new band Preteen Zenith!) and getting some interesting info from the concert's founder. Speaking of the cover story, how many times do you think a photographer will shoot a gorilla playing an electric guitar in his/her lifetime?!? I'm guessing this is not a common occurrence...

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Fish Fun!!!

I had a client shoot at the Children's Aquarium at Fair Park today, shooting a PR event. After it was over, I stuck around and photographed some of the creatures. There were a ton of interesting animals, including turtles, jellyfish, stingrays and lobsters. Now, I'm no underwater photographic authority... it takes years of practice to perfect that photo specialty. However, I did have a lot of fun shooting through the tanks and would definitely visit the aquarium again!

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