Category Archives: Children’s Portrait

Bridging the Gap in 2018


Wow 2018 is already off to a roaring start for me.  It’s been a crazy couple of months with travel to Nashville, TN for Professional Photographers of America’s Imaging USA , then Knoxville TN to speak to Professional Photographers of Eastern Tennessee since I was in “their neck of the woods” , then to central coast of California for Professional Photographers of California Board of Directors Installation and Awards Banquet, and just this past week a trip to Detroit Michigan to judge and speak at the Professional Photographers of Michigan‘s PhotoMax Convention.

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Children’s Character Portraits

Children’s Character Portraits are by far my favorite portraits to create.  I was commissioned by these boys mother a few weeks ago to create something special to document their families love of the game of baseball (and the baseball version of these character portraits are what I love to do most).  Continue reading Children’s Character Portraits

Teaching others is the greatest Teacher

I had the great pleasure of being asked to speak at a monthly guild meeting of the Professional Photographers of Orange County last week in Santa Ana, CA and then teach a day long workshop the following day on my Black & White Children’s Character Portraits.  One the the great things about teaching is I always learn something new while teaching others!

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Life is Great!

It’s been quite sometime since I’ve taken time to write on my blog and quite a lot has happened since last post in November 2015!  First I hope this finds everyone well and that life is good for them.  I know it’s pretty darn great for me.


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My baby is 7 years old! Where has the time gone?

I’m in the business of documenting families visual history.  Through family portraits, portraits of their children,  school portraits, etc.  Sometimes I get so busy with it all that I forget that my kiddos need formal portraits to document their visual history too.


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