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Bongo Java Opening to Benefit Nashville Red Cross

During the opening, 100% of print sale profits will go directly to the Nashville Red Cross to help in flood relief here in town. In addition to that, buy a print at anytime during the month of May and I will donate 50% of print sale profits. Cash and Check donations will also be accepted during the reception.

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Reception for my show at Fido + Haiti Relief

Also, due to the increasing need for crisis- aid in Haiti, I have decided to donate 50% of all profits from prints sold on Feb. 13th to Partners in Health's Stand With Haiti campaign. In researching various charities that are currently active in Haiti, I decided PIH was doing some great work. They also have one of the best ratings of any charity on Charity Navigator, spending nearly 95% of their total revenue on relief programs. Here's a list of some of their efforts in response to this crisis:

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Photos from my first show

So being a photographer, you'd think I would have made sure there was someone designated to take pictures of this event, but since I'm the one that normally does that it didn't cross my mind. Or anyone else's for that matter. Either way, there were a few shots taken and I've compiled them here. You get a bit of an idea what it was like.

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Diving head-first into the Art World

It's official, I have scheduled my first ever Art show! Not only that, I have scheduled my next 5! This is something that I've always wanted to do and never really got around to doing it. I am starting with a huge run, printing and framing 26 different images which I may in the future offer for sale through the website as well. Most all of the images are from the main website, or at least have been at one time or another. I'm printing mostly 20x30's and some 16x20's

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NYC Man Arrested for Photographing a Train

Frequently I would see a scene to photograph, and normally did (see photo above, and yes...I know I've posted it before). The arguments with the Transit Police were very often frightening. After the first altercation I started carrying copies of the MTA rules on photography to present to the untrained officers. They didn't like this, and it normally made the arguments more heated, but it kept me from being arrested/fined.

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I am engaged!!!! | Photos and a sappy story

I popped the question back in November, so this announcement is slightly belated therefore this is slightly old news to a lot of you by now. Just on Saturday, I finally got a chance to take some photos of myself and my bride-to-be! I'll start with the photos, and then tell our story...that way those of you that don't care can skip out before the sappiness!

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Project: One Song

There are at least two sides to all art. The creator's intention, and the audience's perception. As you look through these images you'll see a variety of reactions from a variety of people. These people from different cultural, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds are all listening to the same song.

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