Earlier this Fall, the New York Times sent me to Hattiesburg to photograph the exoneration of Phillip Bivens, who was released from prison after thirty years when lawyers for the Innocence Project New Orleans got he and Bobby Ray Dixon … Read More
Beautiful Fall wedding at Ashland Place Methodist, followed by a kickin party at The Bakery Cafe. Congratulations, Melinda & Tom!
If you haven’t checked out Atchison Imports sometime in the last 25 years, you’re in luck. It looks like they’ll be around for a good long time.
FYI, we are the luckiest photographers around to have such great clients. Thank you, Lucille and Bill, for letting us be a part of such an awesome celebration. And if you are looking for a good workout, check out Mobile … Read More
Special guest: Elvis Presley. This is how you make memories happen. Well done, Tara & Adam.
As the summer ended, I headed back down to Orange Beach to explore the effect the depressed tourism industry had on local businesses for the Wall Street Journal. Even though circumstances look bleak right now, everyone I spoke to is … Read More
27-Mile Bluff is the original site of Mobile, Ala., founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, in 1702 as Fort Louis de la Mobile. The settlement was moved in 1711 after flooding, and the site is marked today by two … Read More