Friday, June 26, 2015

Product photography Raleigh NC

Product photography Raleigh NC Some pages from the 2015 EcoAccents  Catalog. A long project, some products shot in studio and some on location.

Raleigh portrait photography

Raleigh portrait photography From a recent shoot for Christianity Today a story that focuses on veterans with PTSD. Shot at Duke University  in Durham, NC.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Raleigh aerial images

Raleigh aerial images I recently completed a year long project with Banner Construction documenting the construction of The Lincoln Apartments  in Raleigh, NC and images for the website. 4 shots every week - 208 total images.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Raleigh portrait photography

Raleigh portrait photography Working on a personal project and one of the images got the feature photo of the day on Luxlit

Monday, June 15, 2015

Commercial photography raleigh

Commercial photography raleigh Worked on a campaign for Allied Movers.

Raleigh portrait photography

Raleigh portrait photography Working on some personal work "Wood Wall Series".

Raleigh corporate photography

Raleigh corporate photography Some fun corporate photography.

Devil’s Tramping Ground

 Devil’s Tramping Ground - Raleigh editorial photography  - Growing up in North Carolina there was no scarier ghost story then the Devil’s Tramping Ground. - In the low, rolling hills of southern Chatham County, south of Siler City in the woods near Harper’s Crossroads, lies one of the most famous haunted places in North Carolina.
The Devil’s Tramping Ground is a mysterious, perfectly round and absolutely barren circle about forty feet in diameter in the pine woods of Chatham County. Not a tree, not flower, no lowly weed, not even a single blade of grass will grow in the limits of the circle. Seed sowed there refuses to sprout. Any vegetation transplanted there will wither and die.
And, what’s even more strange, any object left in the circle before dusk will have been violently moved outside its bounds by dawn.
Dogs tuck their tails between their legs and whimper when brought near, and will dig their heels into the sand, refusing to be brought into the circle.
Men have tried to spend the night in the circle, but not one has succeeded and remained sane. Something they see on their vigils drives them out of their wits, never to recover. For the Devil’s Tramping Ground has earned it’s name. It’s said that here that the Devil himself walks at night.
In his Tramping Ground, the Devil spends his nights pacing around and around in a circle and turning his bitter mind towards ways to bring human souls to damnation. It’s the scorching heat of his cloven hoofprints that kills the vegetation and has rendered the soil barren. He angrily brushes aside anything left in his path, his great strength easily able to toss aside the heaviest objects. When he walks in his private spot on earth, the devil drops the illusions with which he disguises himself when he appears to men. In his natural state the face of this fallen angel is so horrible that no man can see it and remain sane.
The mystery of the Devil’s Tramping Ground has been known since Chatham County was founded shortly before the War for Independence. From generation to generation, the story has been passed down, and despite efforts by scientists to explain this barren patch of land, no satisfying explanation has ever been given.

Raleigh skyline photography

Went out and shot some new images of the Raleigh skyline

NC Bio Fules

Environmental photography Raleigh  . Took a little road trip to Piedmont BioFules  and Piedmont biofarm   in Pittsboro NC . Really neat place.

Gouge Wrestling

Getting some southern culture at Gouge Wrestling