1. Josh the Box.

    J&J’s Pizza || Denton, Tx

    This is my friend Josh, who I realized last night, I’ve know for (almost)
    10 years. He’s a fantastic walking advertisement and an even better human
    (even when you can actually see his face). I don’t get to see him that often
    but this dude is doing some things that I am incredibly proud of him for.

    He’s a comedian, you should check him out on twitter.

    JoshtheSandwich

     

  2. Character

    J&J’s Pizza || Denton, Tx

    This dude had a show last night, and as (almost) always, I was there.
    It’s always a rad time seeing my friends pursue what they really love doing
    and I’m just lucky to be there to document it. This guy has been my friend
    for about five years now and it’s been a radical watching him grow
    and turn into the lovely and talented gentleman he is today.

     

  3. Stratosphere

    The unfortunate circumstance of being a person completely enamored with
    the idea of flight, and the sciences of the earth and weather does
    not coincide well with someone whom also, experiences intense
    motion sickness. Motion sickness is something I’ve dealt with my entire
    life as far as my memory serves, I don’t enjoy theme parks, boats, and
    especially terrible are airplanes. Back in 2011, it was suggested that
    I try using Dramamine to remedy my problem and while it decreased
    how sick I felt, it was mostly because I was knocked out cold. This time
    around I tried a different dosage, and while I still felt that general “uneasy”
    feeling, it was nice to enjoy the view out the window.

     

  4. Shaina

    Lake Ray Roberts || Pilot Point, Tx

    A portrait from a couple months ago that I sort of just rediscovered,
    and realized I never posted. It just so eerie. I love it.

     

  5. The Subway

    New York City

    I’ve always had somewhat of a fondness for trains and train stations.
    Perhaps its the fact that, when I lived in Chicago, I used to hear
    the train down the block go by several times a day, traveling
    on the AMTRAK to visit family, or maybe it was my first year of college,
    taking the DART train in Dallas to school every day. Regardless, I love
    trains and their stations because there are people, and I love to people
    watch. This was just a quick snap (of honestly probably hundreds) in
    the subways of NYC and something about it is, just, perfect to me.

     

  6. Shae

    Central Park || Manhattan, NY

    So some of you might recognize this lady from some portraits I did of her
    several months ago. This time we made it to New York City, and wandered
    around to take some portraits. It was my first time in NYC or anywhere
    near the east coast, and it went by waaaaay too quickly, but I rode
    the subway, and had conversations with a lot of super ( and surprisingly)
    nice people. I’m super stoked to go back and visit some time soon and explore some more.

     

  7. Justin Box

    Downtown || Fort Worth, Tx

     You guys… there are just not enough great things I can say about
    this gentleman right here. I’ve known him probably about seven years
    now, and this guy, although I don’t see him much, is probably one of
    my very favorite people. He has always supported me as an artist
    and I only hope he knows that I am behind him and everything he does
    100%. He, also, totally gets my love for Back to the Future.

     Today we, along with his wonderful wife Lindsay, hung out, shot
    some new portraits for him and had dinner. He told me about his new
    career endevours and I am beyond stoked for the changes he’s making
    and can’t wait to see where it all takes him.

     

  8. Robyn & Andrew

    Hubbard Hall || Denton, Tx

    Today, I had the opportunity to photograph a beautiful celebration
    for Robyn and Andrew. I, sort of, knew Robyn in high school, and we have
    really only remained in contact via Facebook. She connected with me about
    shooting her wedding and obviously I accepted. It was a beautiful
    ceremony, and I had the pleasure of working alongside a couple of
    other former classmates who were shooting video and I even knew the DJ.

    The venue was wonderful and allowed for all natural light right up until the
    the end of the reception. Overall today went just as well as it could, and I
    am so excited for them to start their adventure together.

     

  9. Home is…

    Denton, Texas

    Lately, I’ve been having a pretty sizable amount of anxiety,
    and while some of it is legitimate, other parts of the anxiety
    are definitely fueled from some life decisions I am facing at this
    point.

    Questions like “What am I doing?” and “Where do I go from here?”
    have been tossed around in my brain, quite a bit the last month or so.
    Along with dealing with some emotional issues that I’ve just been sweeping
    aside for a little too long.

    I found this quote that I wrote down and double exposed (in camera) over
    a self portrait, that I feel is a fairly decent representative of me at the end of
    each day, once the adrenaline and caffeine have worn off and I have been
    feeling just plain, worn down.

    Luckily, I’m taking a vacation starting tomorrow evening, and hopefully
    getting recharged to deal with these decisions.

     

  10. Tim Delaughter of The Polyphonic Spree

    Fair Park || Dallas, Tx

    For anyone that’s been following my Flickr stream for a while,
    which, that is probably like 3 of you that follow me here, I have
    shot photos of this band several times while attending their shows.
    Their music was definitely something very different as far as my taste
    went back in 2007, but my friend Ryan loved them and we listened to
    them in his car a whole lot.
    Recently I found out they were playing a free show in Dallas, and Ryan
    and I, along with my roommate decided to attend and this
    amphitheater/clamshell/stage plus the always enthusiastic Tim,
    made for some nice photos and another rad memory.

    Thanks guys.