About Me

I am a Nashville photographer who loves to photograph my city, the American West, crumbling old buildings, and anything that catches my eye.

Sometimes I photograph what I see. Sometimes I photograph what I feel.

I recently completed a book of photography of the construction of Nashville’s newest and tallest residential skyscraper, the 45-story “505” tower. The book, also called 505, chronicles construction of the building from when it was a 70-foot-deep hole in the ground, and focuses on the workers who built the tower.


I currently shoot photographs with a Canon 5D Mark IV and great Canon lenses, although some of the photos displayed on this site were shot with a Canon T2i, Canon 5d Mark II, Canon 5d Mark III, or a Canon EOS 6.3MP Digital Rebel Camera. Some were made 20 years ago using a Pentax or Nikon 35mm film camera. I also shoot with an old Pentax ME-Super like the one I owned in the 1980s, and own some older 35mm film cameras inherited from my mom and her dad: An original Nikon F, an Agfa Karat 36, and a 1950s folding camera, the Voightlander Perkeo II, which used 120-sized film. I deeply miss the Pentax K-1000 that I had 30 years ago.

Also, I am a recovering Kodachrome addict.

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