Month: September 2006

A New Beginning

Welcome! Today the remodeled Web site went live, along with a renewed plan for future endeavors.

While I certainly don’t have any intention of giving up my day job, I hope to build on the extensive experience I’ve gained in my career to branch out as a freelancer on the side. This means increasing my wedding and portrait business and, more importantly, taking on additional freelance gigs for magazines and the like.

I’m also building my stock library through PhotoShelter with photos I’ve taken in my free time as well as a lifetime of saleable images.

Thanks for looking, reading and caring. Please browse my Web site and let me know what you think. And look for more improvements in the near future, along with additional blog entries.


The End Is Near!

Here sit I, tap-tap-tapping out yet another in an inconsistent series of entries on my life, my family, my community.

But I’m tired … tired of writing, tired of thinking, tired of caring about anything more than my family and photography.

This is my swansong as far as the emphasis of this blog is concerned. I am, first and foremost, a father, then a husband and thirdly a photographer. And that, my friends, is my renewed focus.

Out the window with the tribulations I suffered while attempting to find just the right name for this blog. Off with the heads of government officials who have wronged rights. Yadda, yadda, yadda, blah, blah, blah … blech!

In with family, fun and photographs. And, hopefully, a renewed interest in keeping this updated. Perhaps, down the road, I can turn it in to a “picture-a-day” type of blog, too. We’ll see.

Meanwhile, sit back and let’s enjoy this ride together. And if you have any suggestions on what name to give this blog, e-mail me here and we’ll see what comes up.