What makes an exceptional photo?
Great Timing and an Eye for the Extraordinary!
The magic ingredients a photographer needs to go beyond the right equipment and knowing how to use it.
From the explosive energy of dance, to the drama and laughter of theater, to the spine-tingling emotional directness of music, the performing arts are among the most positive and compelling of human endeavors. My goal is to capture the essence of a performance and the moments that define performers and their art.
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How things have changed. Back in the day, summer vacation was a time for fun. Admittedly, summer camp could be trying at times, but it was supposed to be fun, and often it was. Now these things called Summer Intensives have taken over and you go to summer “camp” with…
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He did a few other things, but the main focus of the Lobero appearance of David Bromberg and his quintet was the oh-so-gritty, oh-so-nitty, down and dirty blues. Hot off wrapping up recording “The Blues, The Whole Blues and Nothing But The Blues,” multi-instrumentalist Bromberg was having a blast and so was the audience. His…
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U.S. Elevator took Sings Like Hellions on a retro ride to the penthouse evoking pop/rock legends from the heydays, adding their own sometimes country-infused and definitely Santa B quirky twists. Fearless chief-operator-of-the-lift Johnny Irion wrote the songs and his voice brought to mind Neil Young, John Lennon and Peter Case – fitting, as Case penned the song Peggie Jones…