Time in the Bayou

When the New York Times called me about a story John Leland was writing about the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on Bayou La Batre, I jumped at the chance to work on it with him. I’ve been … Read More

Allen Aven, graduate student in marine sciences at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, listens to beeps from a VHF signal emitted by a tag tethered to tail of Bama, a 1000-pound manatee, which he is tracking in Scipio Creek off the Apalachicola River in Florida, Friday, June 18, 2010, in order to observe her behavior. Aven is closely monitoring Bama, and Bumpy, two manatees tagged by the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, for changes in their behavior since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Manatee search

Toward the end of June, I got the opportunity to go to Apalachicola, Florida for a New York Times assignment to photograph Mobile Manatees’s Allen Aven and Nicole Taylor trying to locate and monitor a manatee named Bama. They were looking … Read More

Jessica & Page

Moments moments moments. The wedding day from beginning to happy ending.

Scenes of life from Gulf Shores, Alabama

Travel story for LA Times

Jeff spent the Fourth of July at Gulf Shores shooting a travel story for the LA Times. It seems so long ago now. The crowds that weekend were underwhelming to say the least. The oil spill was on everyone’s minds … Read More

Bride and groom make a grand exit from the Ezell House in Mobile, Alabama

Jennifer & Noah

The Ezell House and a second line by Bay City Brass. Could it get anymore Mobile?

The Fambro House (circa 1841) is one of the few buildings still standing at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park in Alabama during the early morning hours of Thursday, April 15, 2010. [This 30-second exposure includes flashlight illumination which gives the irregular lighting.]

Lost Capitals

Here’s some more of Jeff’s Lost Capitals shoot for Preservation Magazine at both St. Stephens and Old Cahawba.

Catherine & Ryan

A beautiful bride. A beautiful day. The beautiful Bragg-Mitchell Mansion.


Well, I know this post is long over-due. It has been over three months since we’ve been living with the effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill here on the Gulf Coast — and for us, these have been crazy … Read More