Category Archives: Misc.

CGA Dancevision

Tonight, during halftime at the CMA Basketball game, the CGA Dancevision squad performed. I’ve posted a few photos here. Additional photos are uploaded to:

CGA Volleyball Banners

Last week, I photographed volleyball seniors and created the banners for their games. Below are the designs that we ended up with.

Culver Community Volleyball Banners

Wish Upon A Wedding Photographer: Sally and Tom

A few weeks ago, Ginny and I traveled to Anderson, Indiana to donate our services to the Wish Upon a Wedding organization for a lovely couple, Sally and Tom, getting married this weekend. Due to confidentiality agreements, I am unable to share photos or any of the details though I am able to direct you to the official release about the engagement shoot and Sally and Tom. If you are unfamiliar with Wish Upon A Wedding, please take a few moments to read about the organization and the services that they are providing across the country. It truly is a special group that I’m proud to be a part of.

Sally and Tom’s story can be read at:

Culver Academy Garrison Parade: Parent’s Weekend 2011

Parents’ weekend on Sunday was a great day for Culver Academy’s Garrison Parade. The weather was nice. The boys and girls looked sharp. The band sounded good. The trucks all ran and were clean. And the horses, for the most part, behaved themselves. The parade was everything that you’d expect 8 months into the school year.

I’ve posted some photos here. Other photos are located at:

Banners, Banners, Everywhere

It has been a busy week here at the office with a lot of time spent in Photoshop creating senior banners for 12 students from three different sports. Normally, these are produced in 3′x7′ dimensions, but this time, it was a little different. Because of a special request for the golf banner and hanging restrictions for the rugby banners, I had to alter my design to accomindate a 2′x5′ layout. (If you’ve ever been to an Academy Rugby game, you probably noticed that there is no place to hang anything out at the field. The only place to hang banners is in the Rugby tent which is 6′ tall.)

If you have never seen the banners before, you should go see them. They are sharp and are a great memorbilia item that the students can hang at home or take with them to college. Normally, I create these with sport images, though I have been asked to create them for friends or of a student in uniform, and so onw.

Hilton Head Wildlife Photography

This week, I made a last-minute trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina to surprise my wife who is down there for 21 days. During my 48-hour trip, I had a little time to explore the island and shoot some of the beautiful wildlife in their natural environments. In my travels, I came across many types of birds, dolphins, alligators, and pelicans. I’ve posted a few photos here. More can be found at:


Culver Indiana Photos: Custom Products


In the past couple of years, we’ve been asked to create numerous custom products. These are a lot of fun, as they typically involve editing/processing work, and some of these products are printed with print companies that specialize in this type of thing. Some of the popular choices include custom collage photos, slideshow DVDs, banners, yearbook pages, custom coloring and spot coloring, event and sports photo books, Christmas cards, invitations, party yard signs, announcements, Fathead wall clings, and entire sports season DVDs. No matter what your custom need may be, we can probably help.

I’ve posted some of my examples here. Some of these have been presented to clients. Others were requested by our clients. You can find more at:


Culver Indiana Photos: Crop Dusting

Growing up in Indiana, I can honestly say that I’ve only seen crop dusters at work four or five times. Of these few times, I’ve always been driving or with others and never had the chance to stop. This past Sunday, I saw that a crop duster was spraying some fields a quater mile outside of Culver so I ran home and grabbed my camera. It was an amazing thing to watch as the bright, shiny plane flew within 20 feet of the ground and dodged trees and power lines by 40 or 50 feet. If you ever see a crop duster working, I recommend stopping for a look. It is really cool. At one point, the pilot changed his pattern to fly right by me. Very cool of him! I’ve posted some photos here. Others can be found at:


Culver Indiana Photographer: Country Sunset

Tonight was another great night to catch a sunset. This time, we stopped at a railroad track to get our shots. Little did we know that a train would arrive within minutes of taking the first shot. Additional photos are posted at: