Rustic Nail & Co.

I first met Kyle as he was rolling down State street in his old Chevy during the homecoming parade. I couldn't resist...a few days later we set up a shoot at his workshop/studio, Rustic Nail & Co.
The truck, originally bought for $800, was completly redone by Kyle as showpiece for his new company, having just opened in January.
So thanks again Kyle, I had a great time hanging out, talking shop and taking photos!



Western took on Troy last weekend, but despite their efforts, the Hilltoppers lost in front of a homecoming crowd, 32-26.
Here are a few of my favorites...


WKU homecoming Parade

This past week has been homecoming week leading up to the big game today. Last night I photographed the parade which went from campus down to the square.


Mountain Workshops 2013

I spent last week in Owensboro, KY participating in the Mountain Workshops.
It was an experience that thoroughly kicked my butt and pushed me more than I was expecting. My goal for the workshop was to get out of my comfort zone and dive into the world of multimedia storytelling. My coach, MediaStorm's Rick Gershon, was the main source of the butt kicking and I can not thank him enough for it.

My subject for the week was Annabelle Watts, an 11 year old virtuoso fiddle player. The Watts family was more than gracious, letting me invade their lives for a few days and document their crazy life as Annabelle strives to be the best in the state.

I didn't shoot many stills but couldn't resist a few landscapes during one of the early mornings...


Dashboard memories

Spent a lot of time on the road this past month. Here are a few from my travels up and down I-65...


Porch Livin'

"It's where our family comes together," Elizabeth Pedigo, center, from Bowling Green, KY.



Butch Elrod. Rockfield, KY

Barbara Jackson. Bowling Green, KY

Joe Carpenter. Bowling Green, KY


Moped Life

moped life


Learning to line dance



Took a drive around the outskirts of Bowling Green the other day...


Feature Fun

A few features from around town...

Zumbathon held to benefit Walk to End Alzheimer's.

Warren East Varsity pitching coach Eugene Flippin rakes the pitchers mound in preparation for an upcoming game. Flippin has been at Warren East for nine years and has seen three of his players drafted to the majors.

A soggy day at the Kentucky Downs racetrack.

Balloons, Tunes and BBQ fest.





I've had the opportunity to shoot quite a few high school sports around town. Here's a few favorites...